Not according to this report from the Intergenerational Foundation Think tank It compared economic wellbeing, relationships, health, personal environment and a sense of belonging from 3 national surveys: 1995 – Participants born 1964-1975 2005 – Participants born 1976-1985 2015 – Participants born 1986-1995 Overall it found that today’s 20-year olds had experienced a 10% decline […]
The most recent study by Royal Society for Public Health found in a survey of social media that Instagram was recorded as having the most negative impact on the mental well being of young people in the UK. YouTube was rated as the most positive! Find out more by downloading the report which ranks the […]
Released recently the UNESCO Global status report on school violence and bullying. This includes coverage on the nature, extent and actions taken to combat all types of bullying in schools worldwide. It includes coverage of cyberbullying, and the gender dimension of bullying.
A fascinating worldwide survey from the Varkey Foundation which surveyed over 20,000 young people (born 1995-2001) in 20 countries (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the UK and the US) It includes a section on happiness and anxiety which has answers to such […]
Get some recent data from the latest inter-generational fairness Index published by the Inter-generational Foundation. For the past 5 years it has been examining the economic, social mobility and health prospects for young British people in comparison with older generations. Shockingly it finds that rising rents, unaffordable housing and more precarious employment could lead to […]
…according to a new report by the Resolution foundation. See also some interesting comment on declining home ownership and living standards for the young from the Guardian. The Resolution Foundation has referred to stagnation generation and raised concerns that millennials will earn less than previous generations. See its new website the Intergenerational Commission which is […]
Are you part of the ‘boomerang generation’? LSE has published research on the impact on family relationships of young adults returning to the parental home after graduating from university. But what are the facts about the nature and extent of this ‘boomerang’ trend? The Office for National Statistics recorded a 26% rise in the number […]