4:00 AM ET Fri, 29 June 2018
Millennials aren’t all so young anymore. How is this group, ranging in age from their low 20s to late 30s, doing financially? A unique 8-year study followed the University of Arizona freshman class through college and beyond. Ted Beck of the National Endowment for Financial Education has the results on CNBC.
Selected News & Media Coverage
USA Today (2016, April). Romantic Partners Influence Spending. Vol. 144, No. 2851.
Chicago Tribune. (2014, July). Young adults feel financial strain.
James Marshall Crotty. (2014, June). Why 50% of college graduates need help from mom & dad. Forbes.
Beckie Supiano (2014, May). 2 years on, two-thirds of this graduating class aren’t financially self-sufficient. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
George Chamberlain (2011, March 5). Saving for college: A family affair. Money Matters. NBC San Diego.
National Public Radio (2009, November). How well are students coping with the uncertainty following the economic crisis?
Walbaum, Michelle. (2009, August). College students need to handle debt, credit cards wisely. USA Today.
Wall Street Journal (2009, May). Students take chances with finances. Gulp.