Over four in ten respondents said they were optimistic that it was easier for young people to balance private and work life today
There are high expectations young people in Luxembourg today have a better work-life balance than in the past, a survey has found.
The TNS Ilres question of the month polled 537 people aged 18 and over on the outlooks and quality of life of young people today. Over four in ten respondents said they were optimistic that it was easier for young people to balance private and work life, compared to three out of ten pessimists.
And, over four out of ten said it easier for young people to start a family, compared with one in five who disagreed.
Respondents were less optimistic about saving money, with over half saying it was harder for young people to save money today than in the past. Six out of ten respondents said it was harder for young people to find good housing.
Optimism was high with regards to education with six out of ten saying it was easier to have a good level of education while four out of ten said it was easier for young people to find paid work.