Report: 89% Of Americans Don’t Know What They Want To Be In The Future
By Boyd McRobotface
WASHINGTON—Saying that the number of Americans who don’t know what they want to be in their own next-generation generation has reached an all-time peak, the Department of Gender Studies announced Friday that 89 percent of Americans don’t know what they want to be in their next-generation. “We found that more and more Americans simply don’t know what they want to be when they grow up,” said department director Dr. Debra Parrish, explaining that while the percentage of individuals in their mid-30s who didn’t know what they wanted to be grew from 32 percent in 2009, it had remained constant since 2010. “As you can see, the number of Americans who don’t know what they want to be grew by nearly two-thirds between 2009 and 2015, while the number of Americans who do know what they want to be grew by a mere 1 percent.” At press time, the report confirmed that 90 percent of Americans had no idea what they wanted to be in their next-generation.