Thursday, July 22, 2010

Gallup: 76% of 18-34 Year Olds Believe there will be no Social Security for them.

In yet another article that tells the same story about Social Security, Gallup, a well respected polling agency released poll results demonstrating the most pessimistic view of Social Security to date. With almost quiet resignation, a generation of workers who have never known a paycheck without substantial deductions for Social Security, asserts their belief that the return on their investment will be zero. In a climate of increased taxes, fewer jobs, and vanishing benefits, the need for serious re-examination of our processes and priorities has never been greater.

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