I am writing a piece for The Times Magazine on how it feels to be a twentysomething in the UK today, primarily how it feels like we're a bit, well, f**ked ie saddled with debt, priced out of the property market, frustrated with the dire job market (either unemployed or poorly paid or stuck in roles that we've really grown out of but no room for promotion), struggling to save for the future etc.
Recent stats show we're the first generation to be worse off than our parents since before the war. Cheery stuff!
I am looking for people willing to share their stories openly ie be named and photographed for this piece. If anyone is interested in taking part or simply wants to know more information please contact me on either firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7782 5954.