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Young people living in a 'suspended adulthood', finds research

Significant numbers of under 30s lack self-confidence and are at risk of mental health problems, with women worst affected, says report Despair, worries about the future and financial pressures are taking a toll on millions of young Britons, according to a major new poll that also found young women were suffering in particular. Related: Housing crisis ‘driving younger and older generations apart’ Continue reading.
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