A recent report from the U.K. think tank Resolution Foundation revealed that millennials may be the first generation to earn less in their lifetimes than their predecessors. MarketWatch staffer Catey Hill takes a look at five charts which demonstrate how millennials are worse off than the generations that preceded them.

In addition to earnings and student debt, millennials are less likely to own a home:

Millennials are also far less likely to own a home than previous generations — despite the fact that a number of surveys show that they want to, according to a 2014 survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults aged 18 to 29 carried out by the Demand Institute, a New York-based nonprofit think tank jointly operated by the Conference Board and Nielsen.

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