Being 30 then and now


#TIA – Being 30 isn’t what it used to be. But can it ever be again?

“In the mid-to-late-20th century, the American economy and culture were ripe for 30-year-old men, who — more than European and Japanese — typically landed well-paid careers, bought homes, and supported large families. But since then, getting ahead has become much harder.”

Read more at Axios