Five generations of 25-32 year olds

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National Centre for Social Research (Great Britain)
NatCen Social Research
Date of publication
1 September 2014
Social Policy
Social welfare
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This short piece of analysis explores the experience of the 25-32 year old age group in each of the following years: 1963, 1979, 1986, 1995 and 2012. These years have been chosen as they are representative of five generations experience of being 25-32 years old. All the data used comes from the Living Costs & Food survey (previously known as the Family Expenditure Survey) except for percentage of women who have had children which comes from the Office for National Statistics' birth and fertility cohort data.

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