Angelenos aren't getting jobs (and when they do they aren't happy at their jobs) and they aren't buying houses. Most of them are young, aimless stoners, so it makes sense that Los Angeles is last in the country in terms of retirement readiness. Not shockingly, uber-normaloid Minneapolis/St. Paul comes in at #1 while Los Angeles trails way behind and comes in dead last with 40% of people responded saying that they haven't saved at all for retirement. One-third of people aren't even remotely thinking about it. What does that mean for our future? A lot of collective poverty and probably an economic epidemic. Watch out, Los Angeles. Reality is coming for you.
Most people DGAF about retirement.
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