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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough
Economist, PhD, labor and time use researcher, adjunct prof. Views are my own and not any employer's.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough 2h
Millennials aren't hopping from job to job in the U.S., either.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough 9h
Replying to @gbenga_ajilore
Are you talking about the Abraham and Kearney paper? My reading of "social norms" as I think they intend it is that it could describe almost anything.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough 13h
I've been traveling a lot lately and definitely thought today's flight was much earlier than it is, so I'll be hanging out in DCA until my 9:15 flight. I know would not be impressed, but there are worse places to sit and drink my coffee while catching up on email.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough 23h
It's actually called a pitch.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
Replying to @jodiecongirl
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
Replying to @SamInLowerCase
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
Replying to @jodiecongirl
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
Replying to @SamInLowerCase
These kids stan Bob's Donuts
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
To my kids, when I travel to San Francisco it means two things: cable cars and Bob's Donuts. They are big fans of both.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 25
The American insistence on homeownership has convinced a broad swath of the relatively powerful that it's essential to entrench residential segregation, and necessary to impose it on the next generation. Perhaps we shouldn't consider property value stability our highest goal.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 24
If you think that flying with kids is fun despite all of the hassles involved, riding Northeast Corridor trains with kids will *blow your mind*.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 24
Replying to @graykimbrough
I'm pretty excited to show my son this video of the completely manual process for turning a cable car at the Powell St. terminus.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 24
Replying to @JedKolko
Ah, I see, lower down, linked to the city names.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 24
Replying to @JedKolko
I guess I've seen tons of real estate stories and marketing materials with dumb claims about millennials, so I would expect the same for Boomers. But I'd appreciate any citations to news items making these claims.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 24
Have I missed something? Who on Earth is claiming that Boomers somehow developed a preference for urban living?
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 22
Well, that's one way to make a choropleth map, .
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 22
I stumbled upon a semi-regular series of updates from the FDIC on emerging issues in banking called FYI. Curiously, they seem to have stopped putting these out shortly after one entitled "Scenarios for the Next U.S. Recession" in 2006 had this to say about banks' practices.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 22
Update: this jump in cases coded as allocated appears to be an coding error, though of course IPUMS remains the best.
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Gray 'serial millennial myth debunker' Kimbrough Jan 21
Operate government like a household, knowing that household members always purchase housing and transportation with cash.
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