Young People bear the brunt of Recession

Research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has shown that young peo­ple have suffered most during the eco­nomic recession. In the five years follow­ing the economic crisis, those under 30 saw their incomes reduce twice as much as older people. 

The research also showed that employment among under-30s fell by 4 percentage points, but was unchanged among over-30s and that one in four 22-30 year-olds...

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