Measuring America: 30-Year-Olds [Then and Now]

Measuring America: 30-Year-Olds: Then and Now

U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, Annual Social and Economic Supplement, 1975 and 2015

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  1. Jose C

    I found this article very interesting. It appears that people in their 30s lived better in 1975. I do believe it, especially with inflation. The United States used to be a one income family and now both parents have to work to support their families. As a plumber in Las Vegas, I make good money, but my wife still has to work if we want to be able to live comfortably and save for retirement.

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