1 in 5 Millennials Live in Poverty, Census Bureau Says

By USDR

One in five young adults – ages 18 to 34 years old – live in poverty, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
More millennials are living in poverty today, and they have lower rates of employment, compared with their counterparts in 1980,” the Census states. “One in five young adults lives in poverty (13.5 million people), up from one in seven (8.4 million people) in 1980.”
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