More proof that millennials can’t get ahead

Millennials got left holding the bag after the global financial crisis. A British think tank has reached that conclusion by examining intergenerational income trends in several wealthy countries, including the U.K., the U.S. and Spain. On average in seven of these nations, people aged 30 to 34 have 4 percent less disposable household income than Gen Xers did at the same stage in life. Meanwhile, Gen Xers in the 45-to-49 bracket are 3 percent better off than boomers when they were the same age.