- Jennifer – Does this study say how many men have chosen to be stay at home dads?
- Michael – There seems to be a mismatch between the ability to advance. A lot of people dropping out of the workforce don’t have the family connections to advance.
- Derrick – I have been out of college for 5 years. I think a lot of people use video games as a coping mechanism for mental health.
- Kathy – What I’m not hearing is that a lot of these families are single parent where the dad is out of the picture and not teaching them proper work ethic.
- Mark – I am single and this is why I would say yes to the free money
- Mike – I believe this is all political with all the immigrants coming in. They will take the jobs. We are losing a generation to drugs and alcohol.
- Barbara – My experience as a baby boomer is vastly different than my kids.
- Paul – I m a stay at home dad. We are in very difficult times. Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times.
- Mike – Kids aren’t getting a chance to work. We have taken away the core of teaching kids how to work. We have taken away the paper routes, the lawn mowing jobs, etc. Kids don’t want to work. Adults want the $18/hour jobs flipping burgers.
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