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42 percent of SF millennials, 49 percent of baby boomers can’t afford rent

Alas, this is lower than average The apartment site Abodo released a breakdown of U.S. Census numbers today trying to gauge which generation—millennials, Gen Xer, or baby boomers—are having the most trouble making the rent in major American cities. The site broke down what percentage of local renters are rent burdened—the technical term the federal government uses for those who spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent each month—in each of the three categories.
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