Millennials are a “generation lost,”according to a new study, and are in for a tough time when theyfinally reach retirement, thanks to a lack of understanding offinancial matters as much as a lack of interest.

The study, titled “Generation Lost: Engaging Millennials withRetirement Saving,” from BNY Mellon and a team of students fromCambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, foundthat millennials internationally will have a more difficult time inretirement because of demographic, political, and macroeconomictrends.

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