Twentysomethings: Who's To Blame For Their Problems?
Your article "What happened to the American dream?" (Cover Story, Aug. 19), on the plight of the under-30 generation, hit on something my wife and I have been sensing for some time. After two years as a New York banker, I earn more than my father earned after 20 years as a civil servant. Yet, we feel like we are worse off than he was at the same stage in life.
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