Young Spaniards relying more on pensioners

Many Spaniards are having to rely on their parents' and grandparents' pensions in order to stay afloat.

    Many Spaniards are having to rely on their parents' and grandparents' pensions in order to stay afloat.

    Most Spaniards expect the pension age to be put up in the coming years. So future pensioners may well be older, poorer, and yet still the only source of money for millions of people.

    Rory Challands reports from Mallorca, Spain.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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