By Ann M. Simmons

June 19, 2017

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Young American women are poorer than their mothers and grandmothers were

when they were young, more likely to commit suicide and be shut out of

high-paying tech jobs an overall demise in well-being since the baby boom

generation.

 

 

Those are the findings in a new

 report by the Population Reference Bureau, a nonprofit that looks

at population and other development issues. It found that social and

structural barriers continue to obstruct the advancement of female members

of Generation X and millennials.