Social Security’s Future: The Millennial Perspective
Call them Generation Y, Gen Y, or “echo Boomers,” but know one thing: this group of future retirees called Millennials appears to be growing worried about the future of Social Security. Millennials, generally considered to be those born from the early 1980s to the mid-1990s/early 2000s, recently expressed concerns about the future economy and the future of Social Security in a survey conducted by Ernst & Young. Watch this video presentation here…
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