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The cost of living in the United States is going up, notes writer Alissa Quart.
As reported in the New York Post, Quart points to "the costs of housing, education, health care and child care in particular."
At the same time, a new study found that half of Americans born in the 1980s are falling behind their parents economically.
The study is a project of researchers at Stanford University, Harvard University, and the University of California, Berkeley.
Their report is called "The Fading American Dream."
Together, these findings show that many younger adults are experiencing "downward mobility."
In other words, they are not doing as well, either socially or economically, as their parents were at the same age.
The idea of downward mobility is especially troubling for Americans, writes Robert Samuelson in The Washington Post.
He says most U.S. citizens believe that, over time, the amount of money they earn will rise and life will get easier.
作家阿丽沙・夸特指出,美国的生活成本日益增加。
据《纽约邮报》报道,阿丽沙特别指出了“住房、教育、医保和儿童保育的费用”。
同时,一项新研究发现,有一半的美国80后在经济上落后于父母。
这项研究是斯坦福大学、哈佛大学和加州大学伯克利分校研究人员的一个研究项目。
他们的研究报告名为《衰落的美国梦》。
总的来说,这些研究结果显示许多年轻父母正在经历“向下流动”。
换句话说,无论是在社交方面还是在经济方面,他们的表现都不如父母在同一年龄阶段的好。
罗伯特・萨缪尔森在《华盛顿邮报》中写道,“向下流动”这一想法令美国人尤为不安。
他说,大多数美国公民认为,随着时间的推移,他们的收入会增加,生活也会越来越好。
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