Younger U.S. Workers Having Trouble Achieving Independence says Poll

Many Americans from age 18 to 29 are staying at home longer, receiving significant economic support from family members and are unsure whether there is value in getting a college degree according to a Heartland Monitor poll that insurance giant Allstate Corp. and the magazine National Journal released earlier this week.

The poll questioned members of the so-called millennial generation, defined as some 92 million Americans born from 1981 to 1992. These results also suggest that these younger working-age Americans see fewer job opportunities but value job security more than they do pay.

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