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Most people hope their children will grow up to be better off than they are. For millennials - the generation born between 1981 and 1996 - that's not always the case.
According to the Resolution Foundation, it rather depends on where you live.
Its latest report says real (inflation-adjusted) pay for young adults in London, south eastern England and the East Midlands has declined versus the previous generation, while north eastern England is a bright spot.
"There's really good news on generational progress in the north east... and that is narrowing the gap between the North East and the South East and London," says the Resolution Foundation's Laura Gardiner.
"But that is not the case everywhere. As an area of concern we’d look at the West Midlands where those kinds of gaps are not being narrowed and there's very little generational progress."
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