In 2018, happiness among young adults in America fell to a record low. The share of adults ages 18-to-34 who said they were “very happy” fell to 25 percent. That’s the lowest level ever recorded for that population. What factors seem to be driving this decline? What are its implications? And what might be done to reverse this trend? We’ll provide the answers you need.
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