The ‘sandwich generation’ faces pressure as the world ages — here are 3 tips to prevent burnout

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Not only will there be new challenges for the world’s current systems and economies, it will also largely impact future generations.

“There’s this tendency in the welfare state to sort of outsource the elderly care,” Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, director of the Wellbeing Research Centre at Oxford University told CNBC Make It.

That tends to lead to issues of isolation, elderly people feeling useless, whereas there’s so much to offer the society and the younger generations.”