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60% of millennials earning over $100,000 say they’re living paycheck to paycheck

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High-earning millennials are feeling broke.

Sixty percent of millennials raking in over $100,000 a year say they’re living paycheck to paycheck, according to a new survey by PYMNTS and lending company LendingClub which analyzed economic data and census-balanced surveys of over 28,000 Americans.

It found that the more than half (54%) Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. And nearly 40% of high-earners — those making more than $100,000 annually — say they live that way.

That means high-earning millennials aren’t the only ones feeling stretched thin, but they feel that way more than their six-figure making peers. details ⇒

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