Today’s young Australians are the first generation since the Great Depression to be worse off than their parents. And so, just as we have seen the gap between rich and poor widen over recent decades, we’re beginning to see young and old pull apart in ways that will wear at our common bonds.
Urgent and convincing, Jennifer Rayner's Generation Less investigates the life prospects of young Australians, their emotional life, their access to credit, education and fulfilling jobs, and considers whether they will ever be able to buy a house. Generation Less offers a smart and funny blueprint for a fairer future.
In conversation with the Sydney Morning Herald's James Massola.
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