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  1. Credit Suisse Youth Barometer 2016: A Closer Look at "Generation Stress"

    Credit Suisse Youth Barometer 2016:
    A Closer Look at "Generation Stress"

    They are known as "Generation Stress." They want it all in life, are constantly online, and always searching for the latest app. At the same time, however, young people are living in an age of political upheaval, where political information is disseminated and discussed increasingly on the internet. Accordingly, the focus of this year's study rests on politics online.

  2. Discover Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery

    Portraits made up a third of Goya's output with more than 150 works surviving today. Almost half of them will feature in Goya: The Portraits, supported by Credit Suisse, at the National Gallery.

  3. Trends and Media

    Digital, mobile, and social interaction molds the zeitgeist of young people. Trends and media (this year's core issue) are closely linked. If we were to choose a symbol to represent today's youth, it would have to be the smartphone.

  4. On- or offline? — This is a question only adults are still asking; young people have moved on

    Harvard researchers Sandra Cortesi and Urs Gasser study digital youth. They warn that not everything is as it seems.

  5. Credit Suisse Youth Barometer 2015: Facts and Figures

    Credit Suisse Youth Barometer 2015: Facts and Figures

    Digital natives under the microscope: The Credit Suisse Youth Barometer 2015 examines the world of 16- to 25-year-olds in Switzerland, the US, Brazil, and Singapore.