The Great Recession of 2008 is still having an impact on millennials, and they have a bleak outlook on the future because of it, according to a survey by Ernst & Young and Economic Innovation Group. The survey, which questioned 1,200 United States residents born in 1980 and after, found that more millennials in the U.S. were not just anxious about their futures but were still living at home and were pessimistic about the economy as a result of the Great Recession.

By: Janice Williams, International Business Times

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