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More Millennials Living With Family Despite Improved Job Market—Pew Research Center
Interesting data here.
Five years into the economic recovery, things are looking up for young adults in the U.S. labor market. Unemployment is down, full-time work is up and wages have modestly rebounded. But, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, these improvements in the labor market have not led to more Millennials living apart from their families. In fact, the nation’s 18- to 34-year-olds are less likely to be living independently of their families and establishing their own households today than they were in the depths of the Great Recession.
5 financial milestones to reach in your 20s—Thad Moore (WaPo)
I am happy to say I am doing all of these things! You should too!
To be a 20-something is to wrestle again and again with big life moments: Graduating from college. Getting a job. Moving into your own place. Getting another job. Getting married. Buying a house, maybe, or having a kid.
Each milestone comes with plenty of reasons to worry about money. Or as millennial-focused financial adviser Sophia Bera more enthusiastically puts it, “major planning opportunities.”
And that really matters: Your 20s are when adult things start happening, and the way you handle them can ripple through the rest of adult life. Start saving and taking care of your credit now, and you could save thousands of dollars later on.
Map: American Attitudes on the Legality and Availability of Abortion Nationwide—Public Religion Research Institute
Fascinating maps from the PRRI.
American attitudes on abortion vary markedly. Some believe abortion should be legal in only certain circumstances, while others believe that circumstances should not matter and it should be available regardless of the situation at hand. Still others say abortion should not be legal under any circumstances.
Public views on abortion also differ substantially by state.
Este es un video muy bueno.