My son just got a job offer (first professional job offer after earning his bachelor's degree) making 4k less than my first job offer in 1997, after I earned an associate's degree (2 years). Wtf? So yeah, that might have something to do with it.
It’s almost as if you don’t need more education or experience to get “entry level” jobs or cost of living going up while minimum wage stays the same or the amount of debt most have because of the baby boomers and others forcing college onto us. Buuuut what do i know?
I find this a very unhelpful way of thinking about saving. Perhaps the Boomers were an unsually large group? Maybe they were preceded by not-so-rich cohorts? There's just no reason to assume these numbers should be fixed.
The President of PragerU, which saw its revenue more than triple after Trump's election, is not a millennial. Neither are most CEO’s making 800-1000% more than base employees. Old farts who gamed the system should sit down and shut up. Esp fire & brimstone preachy old farts.
My parents had 3 kids, two in private school, a house, cars, health insurance, & even a timeshare at 34 LOL. I know only three people who actually live in their own houses & out of those three two were given their houses as gifts. I am happy as long as my car doesn’t overheat.
Nope. It's meaning. Millennials' lives lack meaning. Definitely. That's what I learned a Prager U. Stop pedaling the socialist propaganda y'all learned at Socialist U. They just don't know the meaning that comes from a hard day's work. 🥱🤞🤑🤠