11 Statistics That Will Enrage All Twentysomethings Everywhere
Rising college costs, crippling student loans, and the worst economy since the Great Depression. You should have been born 10 years earlier.
The number of twentysomethings with full-time jobs has gone down.
The cost of a college degree is higher than ever.
41% of college graduates say their job doesn't even require a college degree.
Student loan debt has nearly quadrupled in a decade.
44% of college graduates are underemployed.
The number of twentysomethings still living with their parents has gone up.
The median household income has decreased in all but nine states.
Many twentysomethings have postponed major life decisions because of the economy.
The number of college graduates who work minimum-wage jobs has skyrocketed since the recession began.
Half don't think Social Security will exist by the time they retire.
The percentage of parents who think their children's standard of living will be better than theirs has gone down.
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