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As millennials start to enter their fifth decade, their thoughts need to turn to funding retirement
Sharing culture can help narrow the divide between age groups
A revolution is needed if we are to truly fix the system — and help all generations equally
What do you buy if you already have everything? Eternal youth, apparently
The bestselling novelist’s new book ‘Beautiful World’ takes her millennial characters into the next stage
Moving away from debates shaped by algorithms and character limits may restore nuance to our interactions
Can money buy you love — or could a cheap date prove the way to a millennial’s heart?
Digital tokens offer a way to buy and own shares in instantly recognisable works by bankable, international artists
In Japan, an ageing population has had an unexpected influence on inflation and wages
Maybe it’s not about demographics, after all
Within the developed world America stands out in the extent to which it has left citizens to fend for themselves
Governments are wrong to charge so much to a generation which has got a raw deal
Retirees unsure about managing their funds but resist advice
Hit hard by the pandemic, young adults feeling marginalised by mainstream politics are mobilising around issues such as climate change
We are wasting time arguing for basic things such as flexible work and avoiding the controversial themes
Their biggest piece of good fortune could be missing the worst effects of climate change
White Americans account for less than 60 per cent of the US population for the first time on record
The allure of cheap debt is an old problem, but it’s also on the rise, highlighting the need for greater financial education
The ‘subscription economy’ has soared under lockdown, but it’s easy to lose track of how much you’re spending
Some major professions — and the boomers in them — are becoming taboo for young people
Falling birth rates are good news for the planet but they are also a symptom of generational inequality
Ageing populations will need much more help in future and a new focus on care quality is overdue
Over-50s have maintained their mental health in the pandemic with a drink in hand
Vaccine hesitancy and soaring rates leave the under-30s vulnerable to Covid-19