Julia A. Nuckols, Gintautas Silinskas, Mette Ranta & Terhi-Anna Wilska
Julkaisu: Sage Journals
In this study, we examine the prevalence of income and career concerns among emerging adults in three different welfare states during COVID-19: Finland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
This study also delves into how factors such as one’s self-perceived financial situation, generalized mistrust, loneliness and socio-demographics are related to emerging adults’ income and career concerns.
Results showed that individuals from the United Kingdom were more likely to experience increased income and career concerns than those in Finland and Sweden.