The "millennial" generation is the future of our country, but if a new study is an indicator of where we're headed, we're in trouble.
According to a survey done by British chain Poundland, 25 to 34 year olds are falling short when it comes to the skills older generations knew at their age. Some of the tasks young adults struggle with: changing a light bulb, boiling an egg, and using a washing machine, according to the study.
Many of those surveyed also admitted they couldn't hang a picture, decorate a room, or iron clothes.
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