Millennials, put down the selfie sticks and pick up a guidebook, because your generation is sucking at being self-sufficient.
Despite being the best-educated group of young adults in US history, millennials are sorely lacking some basic life skills.
There are even so-called “Adulting Schools” online that aim to teach this wayward generation essentials like how to balance a checkbook, change a car tire, or fold a fitted sheet.
When it comes to meeting life’s requirements, millennials are finding themselves incapable of rising to the occasion, and a recent survey illustrates just how widespread this problem has become.
From The Washington Examiner:
A new survey of millennials working full-time jobs (greater than or equal to 35 hours a week) found that a significant percentage of them still rely on mom and dad to help pay some of their bills.
According to a recent analysis by Instamotor.com, 24 percent of individuals aged 18 to 30 with full-time jobs still receive financial assistance from their parents when it comes to paying the bills.