Pew Research Center estimates that millennials have overtaken baby boomers to become America's largest living generation.
Youthful populations are perceived as an economic gift for countries, whilst ageing populations can be problematic.
In an interview Parag Khanna, a global strategist, discusses his innovative ways of viewing the world.
Research examines the link between the size of the town or city of your birthplace and its impact on your future earnings.
We need to take a local approach to tackling unemployment among young people, writes David Farrugia
A Glassdoor report assesses the standard of living in Europe.
According to new research, overall health-related quality of life in young adult survivors of childhood cancer resembles that of middle-aged adults.
For the first time in 15 years of tracking more people around the world see themselves as global citizens rather than national citizens.
Mark Leonard looks at migration in the modern world.
These maps offer a new insight into our rapidly expanding global population.
People aged between 15 and 34 in Africa are most likely to be unemployed, but a $4billion African Development Bank fund aims to create 25 million jobs.
A series of charts by Credit Suisse that help to explain demographic trends in emerging and frontier countries.
New research has shown the impact of poverty and geography on life expectancy.
Experts discuss the health threats facing adolescents and possible solutions.
Research examines the link between social mobility, social inequality and fertility rates.