Young people in the U.S. have “sharply diverging destinies.”
Peers serve as the nuclear families of twenty-somethings.
A slower transition to adulthood is often just the ticket in today’s tough economy.
Young people are not selfish and apolitical.
Job-hopping is not a sign of recklessness or questionable loyalty.
Some college debt can be a good thing for 20-somethings.
Marriage isn’t dead; it’s just delayed.
Few young adults who live at home are “mooching” off of their parents.
A college degree still pays.
Helicopter parents aren’t so bad after all …