EPISODE 97: Left Behind, Ireland’s Millennials in Crisis

Rising rents, falling wages, collapsing home ownership, increasing unemployment: hard data is finally backing up the experience of intergenerational inequality that is leaving millennials in Ireland worse off than their parents.

This week, we’re joined by Dr Barra Roantree, an economist from the ESRI, and one of the people behind a new report that lays bare the struggle young people in Ireland are facing to build their futures.

It’s not all bad though! Change is in the air, and the political system can make things better, if the will is there.

Plus, Tropical Popical is back open, TikTok dance their way into the office block Google passed on in Dublin, Facebook moderators speak out, and a little thing called white water rafting makes its return.