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About half of young people in the United States expect to be more financially successful than their parents, a new study finds.
This may be a sign that the dream of upward mobility lives on, even if not everyone believes in it.
The study comes from the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs and the media company MTV.
Researchers questioned 580 Americans from ages 15 to 26, as well as 591 parents of people in that group.
The study found that around half of the young people think they will have stronger household finances than their parents.
About 29 percent expect to do as well financially as their parents.
Twenty percent expect to do worse.
Parents were a little more hopeful: 60 percent think their children will do better than they themselves did.
The 60 percent included parents of all earning levels.Twelve percent of parents said that they felt their children might do worse.
It is no longer a guarantee that children will be able to improve upon the financial situation in which they grew up.
一项新的研究发现,美国约半数年轻人希望在经济方面比父母更成功。
这或许表明,即使不是每个人都相信,但奋进的梦想依然存在。
该研究出自美联社NORC公共事务中心和媒体公司音乐电视(MTV)。
研究人员问访了580名15岁至26岁的美国人,以及该组的591名父母。
该研究发现,约半数年轻人认为他们的家庭财务状况会比父母的更好。
大约29%的年轻人希望在经济上和父母一样优裕。
20%的年轻人认为处境较父母更糟糕。
父母们的心态更加积极:60%的父母认为孩子会比自己过得更好。
这60%的人包括所有收入水平的父母。12%的父母认为孩子可能会表现得更糟。
无法再保证孩子们长大能够改善他们的经济状况。
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