A study by University College London published this month reveals that the increased interest in and popularity of “hipster” culture is changing Britain’s economy and job market in some unexpected ways. The study, commissioned by employment agency Indeed, reveals that as the number and combined spending of “hipsters” rise, so too do the fortunes of …
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