>Strapped & Generation Debt
The first would be Generation Debt, by Anya Kamenetz
This book discusses a series of issues that have hampered today’s young adults, and suggests how young adults can speak up, speak out, and take action to better their situation.
Another book I’d like to recommend is Strapped: Why America’s 20- and 30- Somethings Can’t Get Ahead by Tamara Draut. Strapped also discusses the situation facing young adults today, and offers a slightly different view on the matter.
Both are rife with statistics and research providing an excellent resource for helping folks better understand the economic pressures young adults face. Take a gander, and let us know your thoughts! Do you agree with their assertions? Is the deck truly stacked against 18-to-30s?