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As young men work less, are video games to blame?

Whether you love them or hate them, video games are without doubt one of the most popular forms of modern entertainment. But have they become so popular that they’re interfering with how Americans — and especially young American men — work? Once a niche, video games reached $21 billion in U.S. revenue last year, surpassing music sales and rivaling the radio industry in size, according to a June report from PwC. Demographically, gamers tend to be young men, a group that has recently suffered in the labor market from declining…

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