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Why there’s a ‘crisis coming up’ for budget airlines
British low-cost airline Monarch has gone out of business, leaving thousands of employees without a job. They had no warning. But some people in the aviation business aren’t totally surprised by the news. Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
Separation from your phone ‘makes you stressed within minutes’
Psychologists have found that young people start showing stress symptoms within minutes of being separated from their phones. Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.
How to get on the housing ladder
2016 saw the highest number of first-time home buyers in nine years. How were young people able to buy their own homes for the first time last year? Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat.
How you can save money on your fuel bill
Petrol prices in the UK have risen to the highest they’ve been for 18 months. With prices expected to carry on rising over the next two weeks, Newsbeat spoke to some experts on how to save money on your fuel bill. Read the full story on BBC Newsbeat here.
Rhodes, rent strikes and Brexit: the top student stories of 2016
A roundup of the top stories which affected students in 2016. Read the full article on the Guardian here.
Is it time to rethink pink and blue toys?
Can giving girls pink toys and boys blue ones really affect what kind of job they’ll get? Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.
Why the Autumn Statement matters for 16 to 25-year-olds
By Will Chalk and Imran Rahman-Jones It does, you know. Click below to find out how. Click here to read the full article on BBC Newsbeat. (Not working on your browser? Click here.)
Why inflation hurts more if you’re young
Inflation could reach 4% by the end of next year, say the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. But why would this be worse for under-30s? Read the full article on BBC Newsbeat here.
Rest yourself richer? A literature review on the effect of sleep on wages and productivity
I studied economics with French at the University of Nottingham. This is my final year economics dissertation. I received a first in the dissertation. Click here to read the dissertation in full. Copyright © Imran Rahman-Jones.