Travel and seeing the world is the top priority for 57% of millennials and members of Generation Z around the world. In its Global Millennial Survey 2019, Deloitte has mapped the changing life priorities of these two cohorts of young people.
Priorities are slightly different in India, although they are just as unconventional. As many as 57% of millennials in India aspire to make positive contributions to society (46% globally). This is followed by their desire to earn a high salary (50%). Gen Z, on the other hand, first wants to be wealthy (68%), followed by travelling the world (60%).
Fifty-two per cent of millennials and 56% of Gen Z surveyed globally said they wanted to earn high salaries and make more money, while 49% of millennials and 52% of Gen Z looked forward to buying homes of their own. Further, 46% of millennials and 47% of Gen Z wanted to make positive impact on society and the community. The lowest numbers were thrown up for having children and starting families—39% of millennials and 45% of Gen Z.
A blog written by-Lata jha
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