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Thoughts on the Pessimism Expressed by Gen Zers

It’s been widely reported that the Generation Z population cohort–those born in the 1997-2012 range–have a dismal view of Social Security’s future. In fact, according to MarketWatch reporter Alessandra Malito, “almost half of the people in that group don’t think they’ll get any benefits when the time comes.” Ms. Malito’s post on explores this pessimism and offers conjecture from several financial experts on steps that can be taken to mitigate bleak perspectives young workers have with respect to their retirement financial future. Check out her post here.

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