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For a Lot of Millennial Men, the American Dream Is Dead

The economic prospects of those without college degrees, particularly men, are grim

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DDepending on what you read, millennials are either lazy and entitled moochers who can’t move out of their parents’ basements, or they’re victims of the most severe and protracted economic slowdown since the Great Depression.

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Dwyer Gunn

Dwyer Gunn

Journalist covering economics for @Medium. Words for @nytimes @Slate @NYMag. @Freakonomics alum. Email: dwyer.gunn@gmail.com

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