Millennials are doing far worse financially than
generations before them, with student loans, rising rents and higher
health-care costs pushing the average net worth below $8,000, a new
study shows. The net worth of Americans aged 18
to 35 has dropped 34 percent since 1996, according to research released
Thursday by Deloitte, the accounting and professional services giant.
Publisher: Washington Post | Author: Abha bhattarai