Out of control spending by the federal government is destroying the future for millennials by limiting economic opportunity for them.
Via The Hill
A Congressional report released Tuesday found that millennials are not feeling the impacts of the economic recovery.
The Joint Economic Committee’s report added to what’s become a long list of economic data showing that millennials are delaying major life decisions such as buying a home and getting married.
In 2003, nearly 40 percent of Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 headed a household. In 2013, the rate declined to 37.2 percent.
Meanwhile, the percentage of millennials living with their parents has increased from 11 percent before the recession to 14 percent, according to the report.
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