The American Middle Class Is Disappearing Under Massive Debt

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You don’t have to look too far to see what’s happening around big cities across the world. More and more people are finding themselves out of a home and into their vehicle, RV, or on the streets. This is a growing epidemic in certain areas and quite frankly, it’s being overlooked. Well intentioned people are trying to create solutions for these people but they’re quite frankly just Band-Aid fixes. The underlying cause is never resolved.

Homelessness among college students is a growing crisis

College and University Basic Needs Insecurity: A National #RealCollege Survey Report

1 million Americans live in RVs. Meet the ‘modern nomads.’

Why Targeting Millennial Consumers Might Not Be Such a Hot Idea After All – Adweek

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More Americans are forced to “reside” in their vehicles – CBS News

16,000 people in L.A. now live in cars, vans and RVs. But safe parking remains elusive – Los Angeles Times

The 2018 Annual Homeless Assessment Report (AHAR) to Congress, Part 1: Point-in-Time Estimates of Homelessness

Housing market 2019: Average Americans can’t afford a home in 70 percent of the country – CBS News

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Federal Spending Tops $3 Trillion Through May for First Time; Deficit Hits $738 Billion

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