THE CONVERSATION: Northern millennials less likely to live into their 50s than their southern English counterparts

Press/Media: Research

Description

There is a stark disparity in wealth and health between people in the north and south of England, commonly referred to as England’s “north-south divide”. The causes of this inequality are complex; it’s influenced by the environment, jobs, migration and lifestyle factors – as well as the long-term political power imbalances, which have concentrated resources and investment in the south, especially in and around London.

https://theconversation.com/northern-millennials-less-likely-to-live-into-their-50s-than-their-southern-english-counterparts-110325

Period30 Jan 2019

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  • TitleNorthern millennials less likely to live into their 50s than their southern English counterparts
    Media name/outletThe Conversation
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date30/01/19
    DescriptionThere is a stark disparity in wealth and health between people in the north and south of England, commonly referred to as England’s “north-south divide”. The causes of this inequality are complex; it’s influenced by the environment, jobs, migration and lifestyle factors – as well as the long-term political power imbalances, which have concentrated resources and investment in the south, especially in and around London.

    https://theconversation.com/northern-millennials-less-likely-to-live-into-their-50s-than-their-southern-english-counterparts-110325
    URLhttps://theconversation.com/northern-millennials-less-likely-to-live-into-their-50s-than-their-southern-english-counterparts-110325
    PersonsEvan Kontopantelis

Keywords

  • health inequality
  • north south health divide