Starsze pokolenie odczuwa recesję boleśniej

Interesująca uwaga Bill Shrink blog. Starsze pokolenie redukuje wydatki w dużo szybszym tempie niż młodsze.

The head of macroeconomics at PriceWaterhouseCooper, John Hawksworth says, “While no age group is fully immune from the adverse effects of the downturn, our analysis suggests that people in their mid-20s to late-40s will on average have relatively better financial prospects through the recession than younger or older generations.”

Michael Panzner przedstawia wykres, który to obrazuje. A zatem nie tylko wskaźnik zatrudnienia. Choć gra on wciąż ważną rolę jak przekonuje Brad Delong.


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