Study: Millennials Face Greatest Hardships From Toxic Economic Conditions; Likened To 'Canaries In The Coalmine'
Author: Ben Renner
STANFORD, Calif. -- A study by researchers at Stanford University found that American millennials face challenges unlike any previous generation, and their struggles are likely signs of mounting issues due to decades of rising economic inequality in the U.S.
Millennials, individuals born between 1980 and 2000, earn less money without college degrees than their predecessors and are more likely to die by suicide or drug overdose than any other generation.
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