Millennials are the first downwardly mobile generation in decades, staring down a host of economic challenges--student debt, the rise of low-wage jobs, and the ballooning cost of tuition, food, and rent. Media regularly serve up sobering statistics about twentysomethings, while Occupy Wall Street struggles to stay on message. How will the Great Recession affect Millennials longterm? And do they have what it takes to fight back?
Join Slate's Moneybox columnist Matt Yglesias, GOOD's associate editor and writer Nona Willis Aronowitz, comedian and service worker Sue Smith, and Talisa Erazo of Retail Action Project for a forward-thinking look at how the next generation will shape their financial future.