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A quarter of millennicxnts who live at home don't work or study

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4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 5:52:36 PM EST (GMT-5)
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 5:55:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
Is this to make up for the boomer c*nts thread?
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:00:16 PM EST (GMT-5)
"About a third of 18-to-34-year-olds in the U.S. live at home, the Census Bureau reported 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."

I guess those working poor might consider moving out if the boomer c*nts hadnt bought up all the property and are renting it out at extortionate prices... Or maybe they should just move to bum f*ck Indiana/Kentucky/Whatever.

Also I don't really give a sh*t and I am just waiting for for Boredofyou to start crying about being a boomer c*nt again.
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:02:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
Leading marketing guru, Simon Sinek on the failure of Millenials and their parents.

Some of it is well over the top, but some interesting theories.
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:08:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:02:25 PM chips2001 wrote:
[link] Some of it is well over the top, but some interesting theories.

OF COURSE these problems can be traced back to the boomer cxnts.
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:09:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
I don't really care what people do as long as people are ok with their living situation, tbh.

My uncle never moved out of his mother's house, period. Wherever his parents moved to, he moved with them. He traveled and had a fun life, as far as I've been told as he died the month before I was born. He never married and I've always wondered if he was gay, tbh. He was really cute, so it would absolutely figure if he were.
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:10:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
He loved Truman Capote, too, according to my half sister.

So do I.

4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:14:19 PM EST (GMT-5)
My 31 year old brother still lives at home.

I don't get it.
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:18:17 PM EST (GMT-5)
I also have a 30 year old brother that lives at home.

He was out for about 6months once, but came back. I don't understand because it is so hostile there. Stockholm syndrome?
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:27:15 PM EST (GMT-5)
I can understand not working if you have a disability, and I can totally understand living at home

but I can't understand living at home when not working or studying
I did it fora couple of months after I graduated and was looking for a job and I found it to be generally terrible
4 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:45:47 PM EST (GMT-5)
Well, yes.

In times of recession, younger people are going to stay with their folks for longer and that's understandable. But not doing anything to try to gain independence and self sufficiency is beyond me.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 7:10:54 PM EST (GMT-5)
I live at home, by myself.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 7:19:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
Rent was much cheaper back then, so you could afford living alone.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 8:22:22 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:02:25 PM chips2001 wrote:
[link] Some of it is well over the top, but some interesting theories.
u

It's full of just as much bullsh-t now as when I heard it four months ago.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 8:59:48 PM EST (GMT-5)
I'm 30, living at home, but I have lived out of the home twice before.

Financially, it makes more sense for me to live at home right now. There's only one year that I wasn't enrolled in school or working (but I was looking for work in that time period).

My brother is older than 34 but he actually returned home for about half a year after he graduated as he was looking for work.

If it weren't for the money saving issue, I'd be living on my own right now.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 9:01:25 PM EST (GMT-5)
WAIT
I'm not 30. I am TURNING 30 in a few months.

(I swear I know my age. I'm just....uh....tired currently)
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 9:02:03 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 9:01:25 PM theshak wrote:
WAIT I'm not 30. I am TURNING 30 in a few months. (I swear I know my age. I'm just....uh....tired currently)

HAHAHAHAHA
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 9:11:20 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:02:25 PM chips2001 wrote:
[link] Some of it is well over the top, but some interesting theories.
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 8:22:22 PM griffin_wf wrote:
u It's full of just as much bullsh-t now as when I heard it four months ago.

No, he does have a good point about parents not teaching adversity.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 9:27:31 PM EST (GMT-5)
Make up your mind man....millennials or boomerc*nts!?
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 10:42:58 PM EST (GMT-5)
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 6:02:25 PM chips2001 wrote:
[link] Some of it is well over the top, but some interesting theories.
On Thursday 4/20/17 - 8:22:22 PM griffin_wf wrote:
u It's full of just as much bullsh-t now as when I heard it four months ago.

What is the main part you aren't agreeing with?
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 11:40:14 PM EST (GMT-5)
Most of these non workers are men.
3 days ago - Thursday 4/20/17 - 11:56:46 PM EST (GMT-5)
my brother, in his early 20s, lived at home without working or doing school (he dropped out). it was really frustrating for everyone as he was in a bad place... happy to say he has a job now, but is still living at home.

i can't really blame people here, the rents are absolutely crazy! and buying is even more insane. lots of people live at home until they can save up, if possible.
3 days ago - Friday 4/21/17 - 1:23:40 AM EST (GMT-5)
There's a certain price point where it just doesn't make any sense to work. If they want you to work at below the cost of living, I don't blame people for not working because it doesn't make financial sense to do so, especially when challenge #1 is get a car to have transportation to and from work.
3 days ago - Friday 4/21/17 - 1:35:51 AM EST (GMT-5)
Then do volunteer work. Study, learn a trade or a craft. Do something. Wtf kind of life is it, just mooching off your parents and not actively doing anything or engaging with anyone?

This is not a way to end up with well balanced human beings.
3 days ago - Friday 4/21/17 - 1:44:17 AM EST (GMT-5)
I somehow doubt all of these people are just sitting at home doing nothing
For example, I babysat for a year. That's a year that, according to the government, I sat on my ass and did nothing
I also coached two softball teams
My volunteer work isn't showing up either
Just that I'm a lazy millennial living off my mom

Sweeping generalizations, ftw

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