None of us benefit from the generation gap, but the gap seems to be widening

I suppose the “generational gap” must have always existed to some extent – didn’t Shakespeare speak of “crabby old age and youth”? – but life patterns in Britain show that the divide between old and young has widened over the past 30 years.

Young people are increasingly living in the big cities, while older people have migrated to coastal towns and villages. In the early 1990s, villages and towns had broadly the same mix of young and old, but by the second decade of the 21st century the trend had shifted towards greater geographic divergence – the young to trendy places like East London, the Old to quiet places by the lake and sea.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/none-of-us-benefits-from-the-divide-between-generations-but-the-gap-only-seems-to-be-getting-wider-42040936.html None of us benefit from the generation gap, but the gap seems to be widening

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