Keeping A Daily Journal Could Change Your Life. Most Americans Think Young Adults Should Be Financially Independent by 22—but Only 24% Are.
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A few years in the labor force significantly increases the percentage of young adults who can be considered financially independent. By 29, some 47% were financially independent in 2018, compared to 50% in 1980.