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    • April 20, 2017 12:39 PM PDT
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      Wow, this is not good...

      A Quarter of Millennials Who Live at Home Don’t Work — or Study: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/quarter-millennials-live-home-don-090023271.html

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    • April 20, 2017 4:11 PM PDT
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      Read the full article: 

      About a third of 18- to 34-year-olds in the U.S. live at home, the Census Bureau reported on Wednesday. That includes college dormitories. Among 25- to 34-year-olds living at home, one in four is neither enrolled in school nor working. That's 2.2 million people, a small percentage of the nation's more than 70 million millennials but a striking figure nonetheless.

      So in the 18-34 year old age range, 1/3 of them are living at home, and 1/4 of them it not working. Out seventy million in that age group, only 2.2 million of them are unemployed. 

       

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    • April 29, 2017 2:59 AM PDT
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      The young have been the worse hit by Globalisation, Migration and Automation. In the future, fewer will employ single people under 25 except for low paid and extremely high skilled. 

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    • May 1, 2017 10:48 AM PDT
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      For once I agree with Paul. 

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      It would so completely suck to be a kid nowadays. Technology has made many of our lives better, yes, but the vast majority of us know a life before any of this shit and are able to cope in both worlds.

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    • May 2, 2017 9:12 AM PDT
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      YNOTJay said:

      It would so completely suck to be a kid nowadays. Technology has made many of our lives better, yes, but the vast majority of us know a life before any of this shit and are able to cope in both worlds.

      That's your age talking.  When we were young teens our parents would say the same stuff.

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    • May 2, 2017 9:21 AM PDT
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      EvilChris said:
      YNOTJay said:

      It would so completely suck to be a kid nowadays. Technology has made many of our lives better, yes, but the vast majority of us know a life before any of this shit and are able to cope in both worlds.

      That's your age talking.  When we were young teens our parents would say the same stuff.

      I disagree. Big time. They could say whatever they wanted but that didn't make it true. Life as a teen in the 1950s vs the 1980s were MUCH MUCH more similar than live as a teen in the 1980s vs the 2010s.

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    • May 2, 2017 12:13 PM PDT
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      I wouldn't want to be a kid these days. All of their baby photos, their prom pics, every embarrassing moment with family and friends is online for everyone to see. Getting a job means filing an online application form, not meeting the manager or even leaving the house. Getting a date means texting a girl, not sucking up the courage to talk to her in real life. I don't even see many kids riding their bikes around town anymore, other than to and from school. If there are kids on bikes, their parents are with them on some "get fit together" family outing. Do these kids ever get to do their own thing, socialize with their own friends, pick their own jobs?

      This random bunch of thoughts brought to you by: no caffeine today.

    • May 3, 2017 9:49 AM PDT
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      EvilChris said:
      YNOTJay said:

      It would so completely suck to be a kid nowadays. Technology has made many of our lives better, yes, but the vast majority of us know a life before any of this shit and are able to cope in both worlds.

      That's your age talking.  When we were young teens our parents would say the same stuff.

      I agree. Our parent's generation had to fight their parents to listen to "I want to hold your hand". 

       

      Now we fight our kids because we don't want to listen to gangsta rap. 

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      Elli_FFN said:

      I wouldn't want to be a kid these days. All of their baby photos, their prom pics, every embarrassing moment with family and friends is online for everyone to see. Getting a job means filing an online application form, not meeting the manager or even leaving the house. Getting a date means texting a girl, not sucking up the courage to talk to her in real life. I don't even see many kids riding their bikes around town anymore, other than to and from school. If there are kids on bikes, their parents are with them on some "get fit together" family outing. Do these kids ever get to do their own thing, socialize with their own friends, pick their own jobs?

      This random bunch of thoughts brought to you by: no caffeine today.

      I could only WISH i had such photos. I have zero photos of anything I did in my youth, nothing at all from high school. I look at my kid and she has thousands of photos online. 

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      rochard said:
      Elli_FFN said:

      I wouldn't want to be a kid these days. All of their baby photos, their prom pics, every embarrassing moment with family and friends is online for everyone to see. Getting a job means filing an online application form, not meeting the manager or even leaving the house. Getting a date means texting a girl, not sucking up the courage to talk to her in real life. I don't even see many kids riding their bikes around town anymore, other than to and from school. If there are kids on bikes, their parents are with them on some "get fit together" family outing. Do these kids ever get to do their own thing, socialize with their own friends, pick their own jobs?

      This random bunch of thoughts brought to you by: no caffeine today.

      I could only WISH i had such photos. I have zero photos of anything I did in my youth, nothing at all from high school. I look at my kid and she has thousands of photos online. 

      I wish I had the photos, too, but imagine if you went to school one day, KNOWING all of your classmates had already seen your embarrassing "my swim shorts fell off at the waterslide" pictures. I don't know if I'd be so eager to go to school for a few months. What if you know some kids had made a private Facebook group and were discussing your weird unibrow or how your sister is dating some guy from college there, but of course you aren't invited to the group? I couldn't imagine dealing with those kinds of pressures in school.

    • May 3, 2017 2:02 PM PDT
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      rochard said:
      EvilChris said:
      YNOTJay said:

      It would so completely suck to be a kid nowadays. Technology has made many of our lives better, yes, but the vast majority of us know a life before any of this shit and are able to cope in both worlds.

      That's your age talking.  When we were young teens our parents would say the same stuff.

      I agree. Our parent's generation had to fight their parents to listen to "I want to hold your hand". 

       

      Now we fight our kids because we don't want to listen to gangsta rap. 

      That has nothing to do with technology and what is available to kids these days LOL

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    • May 5, 2017 9:45 AM PDT
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      Elli_FFN said:
      rochard said:
      Elli_FFN said:

      I wouldn't want to be a kid these days. All of their baby photos, their prom pics, every embarrassing moment with family and friends is online for everyone to see. Getting a job means filing an online application form, not meeting the manager or even leaving the house. Getting a date means texting a girl, not sucking up the courage to talk to her in real life. I don't even see many kids riding their bikes around town anymore, other than to and from school. If there are kids on bikes, their parents are with them on some "get fit together" family outing. Do these kids ever get to do their own thing, socialize with their own friends, pick their own jobs?

      This random bunch of thoughts brought to you by: no caffeine today.

      I could only WISH i had such photos. I have zero photos of anything I did in my youth, nothing at all from high school. I look at my kid and she has thousands of photos online. 

      I wish I had the photos, too, but imagine if you went to school one day, KNOWING all of your classmates had already seen your embarrassing "my swim shorts fell off at the waterslide" pictures. I don't know if I'd be so eager to go to school for a few months. What if you know some kids had made a private Facebook group and were discussing your weird unibrow or how your sister is dating some guy from college there, but of course you aren't invited to the group? I couldn't imagine dealing with those kinds of pressures in school.

      It's changed. All of the kids already have this. It's not like when we went to school; They don't make fun of each other about such stuff because they all know they have these pictures on line. 

      It's just like braces. We used to make fun of kids with braces. Now nearly all of the kids have braces at some point. 

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