Millennials share their retirement plans on Twitter — let’s just say it’s not good

Millennials share their retirement plans on Twitter — let’s just say it’s not good

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Climate change. Wars. Overworking. Unnecessary meetings. And just flat out being broke. These are some of the reasons why millennials aren’t planning for much of a retirement.

Twitter TWTR, -0.21%  erupted with suggestions as to how this young generation could spend their old age, using the hashtag #millennialretirementplans, on Tuesday morning. More of the tweets were pessimistic, but some made light of their situations. A few said they’d continue to live in their parents’ basements, while another person said she’d fund her retirement with Go Fund Me, a crowdsourcing website where people can ask others for donations. Someone else said she’d have enough experience to get an entry-level job by then.

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