This week on Banter, Ian Rowe, Brad Wilcox, and Wendy Wang explain the ‘success sequence,’ or the three norms that millennials can follow to reach the middle class and avoid poverty. Wilcox is a visiting scholar at AEI and a senior fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, where Wang is the director of research. Rowe is the CEO of Public Prep, the nation’s only non-profit network that develops tuition-free Pre-K and single-sex elementary and middle schools. Wilcox and Wang co-authored a report titled, “The millennial success sequence: Marriage, kids, and the ‘success sequence’ among young adults.” Rowe joined the co-authors for the report’s launch event at AEI. The links below will take you to the full report as well as the video from the report’s launch event.

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Millennials and the ‘success sequence’: How do education, work, and marriage affect poverty and financial success among millennials │ AEI Event │ June 14, 2017

The millennial success sequence: Marriage, kids, and the ‘success sequence’ among young adults │ Brad Wilcox and Wendy Wang │ AEI and the Institute for Family Studies │ June 14, 2017

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