K&H Youth Index Down in Q1
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The value of the K&H Youth Index decreased to +11 points from +14 points in the first quarter, the financial institution announced, according to profitline.hu.
The second wave of the survey showed that while the proportion of young people satisfied with their own lives decreased, those who were dissatisfied did not increase.
Regarding the future, however, the optimists remained in the majority: 64% are optimistic, and 16% are pessimists.
Since 2012, the bank has prepared the youth index every quarter, tracking the material, financial, and labor market situation of young people between the ages of 19 and 29, their current satisfaction with life, and their future expectations.
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