Video - Kids tell us what they want to be when the grow up to the ripe old age of 30

The average 30-something prefers Oasis to Blur, drives a hatchback vehicle and has squirrelled away £4,300 in savings, a survey has revealed.

A study of 2,000 Brits aged 30-35 found they’d watch Game of Thrones over Strictly Come Dancing, go out to dinner twice a month and spend more of their earnings on pubbing than clubbing. Although two thirds of those polled lived with their other half, four in ten aren’t currently on the property ladder. And of the regrets to be had by the average 30-something, 39 per cent said they wished they’d travelled more.

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