Society & Culture:Documentary
Millennials became the largest generation in the workforce, at the beginning of 2020. But as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the economy, Millennials were hit hard. As young workers just beginning their careers, they were some of the first to lose their jobs and less likely to have a savings "safety net" than more seasoned workers. Plus, many are earning entry-level pay while carrying heavy debt from school loans. As the big sister in a family of seven children, I have an abundance of Millennial nieces and nephews, in addition to my own son. So how are they doing? I asked four of them.
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