World’s Gloomiest Millennials in Japan See Bleak Future: Chart

Japanese millennials face a future of paying to care for one of the world’s most rapidly growing elderly populations, with more than a third of them likely headed for a series of lower-paying dead-end jobs. Then there’s a public debt burden that ranks among the world’s biggest. A government survey found nearly 40 percent of those age 13 to 29 say they have little or no hope for the future.

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