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We are now in 2020, which means a brand new decade. It got me thinking…what will happen in the new decade?

*One in three babies born in 2016 are expected to live to 100 or more. By contrast, if born in 1916 there is only a 1% chance of still being alive.

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The 65+ population will grow by 33% between 2016 and 2030 – from 11.6 million to 15.4 million. By contrast, the working age population (16-64) will increase by only 2%.

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The percentage of 25–34-year-olds living in the private rental sector is due to increase from roughly 20% in 2003 to nearly 70% in the 2020s

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By 2030, almost 40% of all under-40s are forecast to be living back at home with their parents, up from around 14% today. Homeownership will decline overall as rising prices put it out of reach for many.

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* https://www.ippr.org/files/publications/pdf/future-proof_Dec2016.pdf

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