FAST FIVE: Millennials And Gen Z Optimism About Economic Outlook Drops, Survey Finds
Deloitte recently published its Global Millennial Survey of 13,416 millennials from 42 countries and 3,009 Gen Z respondents from ten countries.
Starting a family was important to about 39% of the millennials and 45% of Gen Zs.
Among 20 challenges facing societies across the world, both generations responded by saying climate change, protecting the environment, and natural disasters were vital to them, but 29% cited it as a worry (not as important).
The next-highest concern for both generations is income inequality and how money is distributed through an economy.
For example, in China and India, Gen Zs are much more optimistic about the future; meanwhile, the same generation in more developed economies was pessimistic about the economic outlook.