[Ed. – Living in the basement is no longer enough.]
Millennials get a bad rep sometimes, often being told they are difficult to manage and even entitled. Now, a new guilt-ridden study says nearly half of millennials still get monthly money from their parents.
The survey, conducted by Money Under 30, asked 1,000 millennials about their financial independence. About 46 percent of millennials admitted their parents help them with basic costs like their cell phone bill, their groceries, and their rent.
The study says millennials are struggling with this due to a variety of factors, including their lower salaries, a high cost of living, the need to save for the future and trying to pay down their monstrous student loan debt. In fact, 80 percent of those surveyed said they anticipate achieving their material goals much later than their parents did.