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Lots of debt, little hope: American 'Millennials' have been ravaged by their parents generation

Lots of debt, little hope: American 'Millennials' have been ravaged by their parents generation
Older people may typecast the generation born between 1980 and 1996 as disengaged, indolent, and technologically hooked, The American Conservative writes. Millennials are also now the majority of America’s workforce, but financial stability is their elusive goal, and a disruptive labor market obstruct their idealistic path.
A research confirms that Millennials are not out-earning their parents’ generation, and their stories show that to be 30 in 2019 is tougher than being 30 was in 1989. Could they still persist and somehow prevail?
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