From The Wall Street Journal: The Bad News (Poverty) and Good News (Education) About Millennial Parents
by Josh Zumbrun
Much has been written about millennials–the nickname for the generation of young people born in the 1980s and 1990s–and the rough time they’ve had in the economy. But now that the generation is getting older, and the oldest millennials are in their mid-30s by some definitions, an increasing number are parents themselves.
A new report from Konrad Mugglestone, a policy analyst at Young Invincibles, a Washington-based group that represents the interests of young Americans, has dived into the data on millennial parents (defined in this report as those ages 18 to 34).