Anxieties and Hopes of 40-Somethings

Kim Yong-ha
September 2012
Korea Focus;Sep2012, p1
The article focuses on problems faced by Korea's baby boomers who are in their 40s. It states that people in their 40s took loans to buy houses and face problems in paying mortgages as property prices have declined. It mentions that they have to worry about post-retirement due to an increase in expenditures. It highlights that they have to look after the needs of their aging parents and young children.


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