Children of the 80s are only half as wealthy as those born in the 70s

Young adults today are the first generation born since the Second World War to earn less than those born in the decade before them.
A new survey has found children born in the 1980s are just half as well off as those in the 1970s, and find it much harder to buy a house.
By their 30s, people born in the decade dominated by Margaret Thatcher have an average household wealth of £27,000, according to a new report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
This pales in comparison to the £53,000 enjoyed by those born in the decade before them.
It suggests an end to steadily rising living standards... read more

30 September 2016 in Business, Views: 28
Source: Daily Mail

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