Young Hungarians Fear Lack of Funds to Achieve Dreams
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Some 79% of the age group between 16 and 30 are afraid that they will not be able to realize their dreams from a financial point of view, according to research from OTP Bank, writes profitline.hu.
According to the summary of the study conducted into the habits and attitudes of the junior target group, the vast majority of 16-30-year-olds in Hungary believe their situation is much more difficult than that of their parents.
The biggest fear of young people is not that they won't have a job but won't earn enough money to meet their goals.
Most people see the reality of an independent apartment by around 30 and that they will be financially prepared to have children.
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