Crowded housing market gives youth little chance for independence - Shelley Mallett for The Conversation

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Article by Shelley Mallett, Professional Fellow in Social Policy, School of Social and Political Sciences at University of Melbourne.

With a generation at risk of being locked out of the housing market and a significant minority of these falling through the gaps of the rental market, the need for a national youth housing policy has never been more pressing.

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Crowded housing market gives youth little chance for independence

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