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Should the youth unemployment rate include under 35s.

If you think about it, these people aren't really adults. Many of them can't even house themselves.

Under 25s currently get a lower rate of housing benefit, but the age range will be extended so under 35s can only get the lower rate too.

This financial discrimination where citizens are deemed worthy of a lower standard of housing based upon age defines the age band which is youth. So maybe under 35s should be counted in the youth unemployment figures too.

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Should the youth unemployment rate include under 35s.

If you think about it, these people aren't really adults. Many of them can't even house themselves.

Under 25s currently get a lower rate of housing benefit, but the age range will be extended so under 35s can only get the lower rate too.

This financial discrimination where citizens are deemed worthy of a lower standard of housing based upon age defines the age band which is youth. So maybe under 35s should be counted in the youth unemployment figures too.

Well by that reckoning it would seem so yes. If its assumed that under 35s are somehow lesser citizens who should share accommodation (as is normally assumed for youths) then they should be included in the youth unemployment figures

Its quite bizzare the age at which adulthood is being shifted forward nowadays

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Its quite bizzare the age at which adulthood is being shifted forward nowadays

Lol

I have a cousin who was a grandmother at 36 , So on this scale she was just one year short of being a grandmother in her youth.

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Considering the way medicine is improving someone of 35 today could be looking at reaching 100 without major problems

and working until 75 at the earliest.

Even if we get no "miracle cures" then people aged 18 today will still be looking at the year 2068!!

for the treatment of chronic conditions. Got to be close to the Technological Singularity (Wikipedia link) by that point.

I think 35 is young today considering what the future will most likely hold.

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Considering the way medicine is improving someone of 35 today could be looking at reaching 100 without major problems

and working until 75 at the earliest.

Even if we get no "miracle cures" then people aged 18 today will still be looking at the year 2068!!

for the treatment of chronic conditions. Got to be close to the Technological Singularity (Wikipedia link) by that point.

I think 35 is young today considering what the future will most likely hold.

********, oldest member of my family ever is 68. 1 in 3 die of cancer, with no cure likely.

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Should the youth unemployment rate include under 35s.

If you think about it, these people aren't really adults. Many of them can't even house themselves.

Under 25s currently get a lower rate of housing benefit, but the age range will be extended so under 35s can only get the lower rate too.

This financial discrimination where citizens are deemed worthy of a lower standard of housing based upon age defines the age band which is youth. So maybe under 35s should be counted in the youth unemployment figures too.

The main reason these people cannot afford to house themselves is due to Labour's economic policies, relaxing banking regulation, keeping interest rates artificially low and encouraging debt in order to inflate the economy to make the electorate believe in the miracle economy illusion. I bet the generation of retards wouldn't have voted Labour if they knew they were going to get priced out of the housing market and their children were going to lumbered with billions of future debt.

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