The OECD, an intergovernmental think-tank, counts 26m young people in the rich world as “NEETS”: not in employment, education or training. A World Bank database compiled from households shows more than 260m young people in developing economies are similarly “inactive”. The Economist calculates that, all told, almost 290m are neither working nor studying: almost a quarter of the planet’s youth ...
Question: How are these kids going to make enough money to pay off the debts their elders have run up and, by the way, support those elders in the fashion to which they feel they are "entitled?"
"War of the Generations" coming soon to the small planet where you live?