Income for young adults has grown by just $29 since 1974 — nowhere close to keeping up with skyrocketing housing costs and the crushing size of student-loan debt

Young adults ages 25 to 34 have only seen a $29 income increase from 1974 to 2017, adjusted for inflation, a SuperMoney report found. Older age groups saw an increase ranging from $2,900 to $5,400 in the same time period. Income growth hasn’t kept up with staggering increases in home prices and education. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Paychecks are anything but fat for America’s young adults.

Those between ages 25 and

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