Andrea Garnero, labour market economist at the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs of the OECD, re-tweeted an article on how the how young adults are losing out because of endless restrictions and unemployment.
According to a Financial Times survey, there is growing resentment among people under their 30s as the pandemic disallows activities to resume and people to step out.
The survey further revealed a heightened sense of anxiety among the young adults, who now feel confined because of the growing pandemic.
Many of them felt like they had returned to home-schooling, with no interactions, nowhere to go and no extracurriculars.
Some had even converted their apartments into a gym, bakery, or food hall.
As per reports, the US has the highest share of young adults, aged between 18 to 29 years, living at home.
Although they are at a lower risk of contracting the disease, data reveals that young adults and students are suffering more than others from the economic fallout caused by the pandemic.