Are we the iPod Generation? Maybe in More Ways than One!

A report by British think-tank Reform, as highlighted in MyMoneyBlog, calls we under35ers the “iPod generation” because we are:

Insecure

Pressured

Overtaxed

Debt-ridden

Says Nick Bosanquet of Reform, “Young people are not getting a fair deal.” They must now pay for their own higher education and save for their retirement, while supporting an aging population.

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