Whoah, plenty of crazy assumptions in the article... (Gaming)

by ShadowDancing, CA, Sunday, March 19, 2017, 16:03 (42 days ago) @ Korny

In a lot of areas of the country, not owning a house is one of the best financial decisions you ever made.

There are a lot of sacred cows in American responsibility mythos. Most of their are from people who want to sell you something. The job market when you first enter it (or graduate) has a huge impact on your career. And that's just luck when you were born. There's clearly an over supply of labor, which drives down its (your) worth, and the country's tax policies redistribute gains to the very richest.

Millennials didn't screw themselves.

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