By Pascale Hughes in iNews.
Among older generations, just 15 per cent said they would rather be a young person growing up today, while one in three millennials would forgo technological and social advances to have grown up in their parents’ era, according to new research. When 2,179 people aged between 16 and 75 were asked which generation will have a worse quality of life, more than twice as many said young people today will have a worse standard of life compared with their parents.
The study, commissioned by the Resolution Foundation, showed people born between 1981 and 2000 are most concerned about a lack of job security, debt, and not being able to buy their own home or retire comfortably.
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