disrupting their comfortable everyday lives.
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Marek Piotr Romanowicz

To build up on this, I think that it is more and more often an issue in developed countries where young people get comfortable with the lifestyle achieved by their parents that they do not want to change the status quo and hence risk losing it. It is interesting to see that some European countries, Japan and US, with exception of SF and tech hubs, suffer from it while developing countries do not. From my Polish experience, young people want to catch up with their life quality to their Western European counterparts that they are increasingly more risky.

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