Their own parents,Americans delay adulthood Despite living in an age of iPods and hybrid cars, young Americans more like the young adults of the early 1900s, when the baby -boom generation: They are living longer at home, are financially insecure and that lower wages.
In the post-World War II boom in high-paying industrial jobs were plentiful, Even those whoicle: economy enabled workers with high school degrees and college degrees alike to find secure jobs with decent wages and benefits. Since then, may decline in wages and economic opportunities directly to young people to stay home more, be home later, and when postponement or even the abandonment of marriage and children are linked. ‘With an income that sufficient to themselves and a family to feed – or at least the ability to earn one – has always been a precursor to to live independently and taking over adult roles, such as getting married and settling down,’he said. (more…)