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GP numbers down because of 'millennial' working hours, says training chief


Does it really matter if the next generation have different values than the one that went before it? Yes we all know (they keep reminding us) that the baby boomers worked hard. The ones I know also own massive houses, dive Audis and sent their kids to private school. They weren't being persecuted and prosecuted after seeing 40 patients with 40 different diseases in a day. Things change. The next generation having been priced out of nice housing whilst graduating with £100K debts have realised that quality of life matters and you won't get the time back to watch your kids grow up. Is that really so bad?

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15 Jun 2017

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