Those that are classified as "Millennials" are also what are referred to as Generation Y, which are people who were born anywhere between the early 1980s and the mid-to-late 1990s. However, Millennials have become synonymous with grim discussions about their financial futures.
This infographic takes a close look across the United States to identify which states are seeing Millennials struggle the most financially. With several factors taken into account, including the average salaries, average student debt per borrower, the unemployment rate within each state, and more, there's some interesting data to look through.
In Hawaii, for example, the average student debt per borrower is $24,955 among Millennials, while the average salary is just $39,000. The rest of the top five on the list includes New York, Alaska, New Mexico, and Oregon. Of the 15 states that made the list of where Millennials struggle the most financially, do you see yours?