Generation snowflake: percentage of young adults living with their parents hasn't been this high....

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    Generation Snowflake: Percentage Of Young Adults Living With Their Parents Hasn’t Been This High Since 1940

    According to the Wall Street Journal, the percentage of Americans in the 18 to 34-year-old age bracket that are currently living with their parents hasn’t been this high in 75 years
    Have we failed this generation of young adults by not equipping them to be able to handle the harsh realities of the real world?


    According to the Wall Street Journal, the percentage of Americans in the 18 to 34-year-old age bracket that are currently living with their parents hasn’t been this high in 75 years. At this point nearly 40 percent of our young adults in that age range are living at home, and many are concerned that this could have some alarming implications for the future of our nation.

    In the United States today, more than 60 million people live in multi-generational households, and it is a good thing to have a tight family. .................

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    What can we expect when we have a generation of snowflake parents who many raised their kids to be sissies, and who get offended over words. Gawd help us if these snowflakes ever get drafted into a world war.
    They'll be crying for mommy. Oh my that word mommy is offensive, i'm sorry Nooooot.
     

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