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"Millennials (will) have the opportunity to fill the majority of the high-level vacancies left by the Baby Boomers in the job market at a younger age. So, theoretically, the average lifetime earnings of a millennial will be much higher than that of previous generations. It's also worth noting that millennials are marrying much later, having kids (money leaches) much later, and are willing to live with roommates. So while rents are high, the majority of them are splitting the bill and a lot can still save for a long time before incurring major life expenses," — commenter IT Giraffe prognosticates intelligently while painting rugrats as "money leaches," "Will Atlantans Pay $3,800/Month for Two Bedrooms Here?"