Video games vs work: Are young men choosing Xbox and PlayStation over jobs? | IN 60 SECONDS

According to a new economic research paper, young men are spending less time working and more time playing video games. Are Overwatch and The Legend of Zelda about to ruin the American economy? AEI’s Jim Pethokoukis says no, and has the facts to prove it.

Full study from the National Bureau of Economic Research:

Jim Pethokoukis’s rebuttal to the NBER report:

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