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“Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone” – UK generational trends in an international context

Joni Mitchell’s lyrics may refer to her first trip to Hawaii, but they could just as easily apply to UK trends in generational living standards that the Resolution Foundation’s Intergenerational Commission has uncovered. That’s particularly so in light of our new analysis comparing these trends internationally. While there are huge living standards differences between high-income countries, […]

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No country for young men?

In decades gone by paid work was a thing that men did. Families, the world of work and the welfare state were structured to make this the norm. But this mid-20th century certainty is no more. Women in the UK are participating in the labour market in ever greater numbers with the gender employment gap […]

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