Read the full story in The Independent here.
We all know we're facing a pensions time bomb. This is when the population of young people is no longer capable of supporting the retirement of all the oldies. It is there, it is a fact, and it has very obvious causes, rooted in birth rate and longevity patterns.
But what if pensions is not the only time bomb we face? What if we are also facing a social and emotional time bomb? Namely, the point at which these same young people - the millennial generation - stop side-stepping or internalizing the issues facing them, stop 'sucking it up,' and decide to react instead?