Decline in Moral Values Costing Millennials Big


Decline in Moral Values Costing Millennials Big
  1. Decline in Moral Values Costing Millennials Big
    thenewamerican.com
    The decline in moral values among so many millennial Americans, especially as it relates to marriage and family, is costing them big time — not just spiritually and intellectually, but financially as well. And the consequences are becoming increasingly w…
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From FreedomProject Media:

The decline in moral values among so many millennial Americans, especially as it relates to marriage and family, is costing them big time — not just spiritually and intellectually, but financially as well. And the consequences are becoming increasingly widespread.

According to a new study produced by the Institute for Family Studies and the American Enterprise Institute, millennials are far more likely to prosper financially if they follow what the report calls the “success sequence.” That includes getting a high-school degree, working full time, and then getting married before having children.

Unfortunately for millennials and America at large, a stunning 55% of millennial parents between the ages of 28 and 34 had a child prior to marriage — compared with just a fourth of baby boomers, and even less among older generations. And that explosion in child bearing before marriage is having major economic consequences.

Consider that, according to the report by Wendy …

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    SFgate.com-National
    07.20 / 14:29 sfgate.com
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    420intel.com - U.S.
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