One of every five U.S. workers aged 18 to 25 live below the official poverty line. More than one third of U.S. workers under 35 are living with their parents because they can't afford to live on their own.There are solutions.
By Dick Meister
(Dick Meister, former labor editor of the SF Chronicle and KQED-TV's Newsroom, has covered labor, politics, and other matters for a half-century.)
These are exceptionally painful economic times for the young Americans who will shape our future.