Millennials have their rules: they read news on their smartphones, live on social media, move between different countries regularly. Also, most European young people are facing the highest unemployment since the ’70s, while many of those with a job are commonly known as the “working poor”. We still don’t know what the future consequences of this will be. But we can already see that this defining factor is changing a generation’s lifestyle and social habits (as we know them). Shared houses during adulthood, impossibility of getting a mortgage, migration. Owning a car (or not), getting married (or not), having children (or not): all of these things are now rapidly changing. And the EU Youth Guarantee programme seems to be ineffective. This session will consider these issues with journalists from Spain, Greece, UK, France and Italy.