At least Kiwis will have better prospects than their American counterparts. Kiwis will still have to live in a van next to a seawall, but at least they'll have healthcare.
Millennials are taking to Twitter to roast their own retirement plans, which include hoping their kids become millionaires and buying oceanfront property once the sea levels rise
- The hashtag #MillennialRetirementPlans was trending on Twitter this week.
- Millennials used the hashtag to jokingly ponder their financial future, questioning whether or not retirement is even plausible.
- While funny, the tweets shed light on how millennials feel about the widening generational wealth gap caused by astronomic student-loan debt and skyrocketing housing costs.
#MillennialRetirementPlans Is the Saddest, Truest Hashtag on the Internet Right Now
You know what they say: If sky-rocketing college tuition, housing prices, and healthcare costs combined with stagnant wages makes you feel completely helpless about your financial future, the best thing to do is tweet about it.
Ok, ok … so obviously no one says that.
But thousands of millennials on the internet are leaning into the whole, I’d-rather-laugh-than-cry-strategy with #millennialretirementplans, a hashtag that zeroes in on the systemic financial challenges their generation faces.