CPI Research

Precision medicine is at a crossroads.

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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Lee, Sandra Soo-Jin, Fullerton, Stephanie M., Saperstein, Aliya, Shim, Janet K.

A comprehensive policy agenda that could help millennials ... and other generations too.

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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Sheldon Danziger
  • Millennials benefited from the expansion of health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The share of adults in their 20s without health insurance fell by more than half from 2009 to 2017. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Mark Duggan, Jackie Li
  • Millennials spend at least as much time with relatives or friends, and hanging out at bars, as preceding generations. 
  • This commitment to relatively high rates of face-to-face interaction continues even as millennials use social media at unprecedented rates. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Mario L. Small, Maleah Fekete
  • Young millennials have lower rates of homeownership than Generation X, baby boomers, and the Silent Generation at comparable ages.
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Darrick Hamilton, Christopher Famighetti
  • Although there is much worry about millennials’ well-being, their poverty rates at age 30 are no higher than those of Gen Xers at the same age. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Marybeth Mattingly, Christopher Wimer, Sophie Collyer, Luke Aylward
  • The gender segregation of occupations is less pronounced among millennials than among any other generation in recent U.S. history. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Kim A. Weeden
  • American men and women born since 1980—the millennials—have been less upwardly mobile than previous generations of Americans. 
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Michael Hout
  • For men, the conventional “gloomy millennial stories” have some merit, as the median income of millennials is lower than that of Gen X, and the median earnings of millennials are not any higher than those of Gen X.
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Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Christine Percheski
  • Relative to Generation X, millennials took out more student loans, took out larger student loans, and defaulted more frequently. 
Date:
June, 2019
Author:
Susan Dynarski

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