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In which key areas do US adults think life is harder for younger generations?

About seven-in-10 Americans think young adults today have a harder time than their parents’ generation. Image: UNSPLASH/Alexis Brown

Stella Sechopoulos

Research Assistant, Pew Research Center

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72% of younger Americans say it's harder to save money than for their parents generation. Image: Pew Research Center
55% of 18- to 29-year-olds say finding a job is harder for young adults today than it was for their parents’ generation. Image: Pew Research Center
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