Millennials Were Optimistic About Their Financial Future—but Now, Not So Much


By J.J. McCorvey
At a time when young people are rethinking a lot of about their financial lives, the market’s slide isn’t helping. ILLUSTRATION: DANIEL DIOSDADO

This is a nerve-racking time for me and my friends.

As I’ve written before, many of my millennial peers did pretty well during the pandemic (so well, in fact, that I felt some guilt about it). We kept our jobs and saved more money, because we had fewer opportunities to spend. Many of my friends also took the opportunity to rethink their lives—changing jobs, getting married, moving to new places—in search of greater fulfillment.

Publish : 2022-07-04 09:57:00

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