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The challenge of upward mobility

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ONWARDS and upwards. We assume, as we have historically seen, that each generation will be better off - more successful and richer - than the one before. But with rapid asset inflation and a fundamentally changed (and still changing) economy, young people of today face an increasingly uphill battle in upward mobility. Brunch this Saturday in The Business Times Weekend explores the issues and paths that have brought us here.

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