If you believe the hype, millennials are self-absorbed baristas with useless liberal arts degrees still living at home with their parents. HuffPost Highline writer Michael Hobbes portrays a different story. Many more millennials support themselves than lean on their parents. They’ve come of age in an economy where they’re more likely to experience unstable employment and live in poverty. Hobbes gives a comprehensive look at the challenges millennials face in reaching financial stability and provides a workable list of solutions. getAbstract recommends this sobering but ultimately optimistic piece to young adults and policy makers.
About the Author
Seattle-based millennial Michael Hobbes is a contributing writer for HuffPost Highline.