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Millennials are starting down their second recession before the oldest of them turn 40 years old.
Not only did much of the generation graduate into the 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath, while shouldering much of the weight of the $1.6 trillion national student debt and a soaring cost of living, now it has to deal with another massive financial obstacle in the form of the coronavirus recession.
The cumulative effect of all these road blocks has been a generation less wealthy than it should be. Even high-earning millennials raking in six-figure paychecks feel broke.