People in their 20s worry most - LifeSearch

Intergenerational study finds

Adam Saville
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People in their 20s worry most - LifeSearch

Climate change, economy and political tensions are greatest concerns for 20-somethings

Around three quarters of people in their 20s (77%) feel worried all the time, new research from LifeSearch has revealed. The intergenerational study, exploring the extent to which Brits worry today compared generations gone by, found that people worry more in their 20s than during any another life decade. However, according to the research, what young people worry about these days is somewhat different to what they worried about in the past. For example, living not long after the Second...

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