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  • British Gen Yers have the most negative view on jobs
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British Gen Yers have the most negative view on jobs

Between crippling student debt, rising house prices and little disposable income, Gen Yers have got it pretty tough. And they’re not feeling any more positive about the future. Despite many having enrolled in further education, they have the most negative attitudes towards employment.

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