Tuesday, Nov 21, 2006

For all the baby boomers that say the younger generation have it easier

Reform: Class of 2006 - A lifebelt for the Ipod generation

Last year the independent think tank Reform published the first analysis of
the impact of tax, public expenditure and higher education policies on
young people under 35. The research outlined the difficult economic
position of the young and explained how this constituency has been
unfairly burdened both by the actions of successive governments and by a
general unwillingness to assess how policy decisions affect the financial
prospects of the younger generation. It termed young people the IPOD
generation: Insecure, Pressured, Over-taxed and Debt-ridden.

Posted by scumbag @ 04:56 PM (410 views)
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