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Americans in their 20s and 30s are faced with some problems right now. The unemployment rate is 8.3 percent, making it hard for recent college graduates to find a decent job, according to Daily Finance. On top of that, one of four Americans in this group lives with their parents still.

Americans in their 20's and 30's are faced with some problems.

The unemployment rate is 8.3 percent, making it hard for recent college graduates to find a decent job, according to Daily Finance. But that's not all. One out of four Americans in this age group lives with parents, according to the Pew Research Center. Young Americans didn't move home when the economy got bad, as the number of them living with their parents doubled from 1980 to 2008. In addition to that, they're also waiting longer to get married and have children.

How does the generation work its way out? The New York Times found that people in this age group typically believe luck is the best way to achieve success. In fact, the group is less likely to have a driver's license than previous generations.

Read more at Daily Finance.

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