Better Video Games Could Be Driving Young Men Out Of The Workforce

BIG THINK | on Mon, Mar 20, 6:51 PM

There's an unsettling trend among young American men without a college education: Many can't find work[1], or don't want jobs at all[2]. The numbers paint a dreary picture. Between 2000 and 2015, employment rates for lower-skilled men in their twenties dropped from 82 percent to 72 percent. In 2015, about one-fifth[3] of them reported having not worked at all[4] in the past 12 months. And, for the first time in decades, they're more likely[5] to live with their parents than a romantic partner...

Read the full article

Semantic processing powered by OpenCalais

Use of the DailyMe service and DailyMe web site constitutes acceptance of the Company's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

© 2017 DailyMe, Inc. All rights reserved.