When trying to develop financial life skills and active citizenship in our young people, their aspirations form a key part of their understanding and engagement.
The insecurity and lack of long-term stability that sits behind current employment figures is masking the true scale of the problems facing this generation of young adults.
According to the Office of National Statistics, house prices have increased by 270% in the last twenty years. A significant rise in house prices followed… Read More »Rising house prices halt aspiration of young adults
A key aspect of financial literacy is understanding the consequences of our financial decisions, and that is never more important than when they affect the environment we all share.
Millenials, and indeed all of us who use digital technologies, need to consider the implications of sharing personal data in the digital age.
Only through better education can we create future generations of active citizens, capable of addressing the challenges of the modern world.
According to new research conducted in the United States by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FIRA), 63% of adult Americans are ‘financially illiterate.’ The report… Read More »Financial literacy is more than bank accounts and bills
Far from enhancing social mobility, unpaid internships are a limit on the life opportunities of many young workers.
Why footballers are no different from the rest of us when it comes to money.
Young people need to be better prepared for the realities of real life, no matter what Brexit brings.