A survey of Generation Z and Millennials from various countries includes many young people Concerned about their financial future. Even with full-time jobs, the economic situation has led them to question how to comfortably cover expenses. This is an actual fact Hayley showed her dismay with tears. As she admits, this happens to her often Payment day or first day of every monthWhen the calendar indicates that the inevitable time has arrived: to pay rent.
The 20-year-old posted on her TikTok account @username38263013 A post while sobbing uncontrollably: “I actually work every day, They only gave me 987 dollars except for one“, began. “What…? My rent is 1045 dollars. Nothing awaits mer (…) I can’t even afford a Starbucks,” Haley said in a clip she posted earlier this month.
The user exposed his situation and found strong resonance in the community: “I like to be festive and buy a Christmas tree Because if I pay the rent, I won’t be able to pay it and won’t have the money. I hate being here,” continued the young woman, who then revealed that her residence was in Canada.
A description of his clip read a strong warning: If you want to move, don’t.. Stay home, stay safe.”
The comments included people who identified with Haley and presented their own cases: “I’m not moving, but I’m paying with my sanity”; “Renting without a roommate is nearly impossible.”; “The way you said you had nothing to believe in made me fight or flee, I hope you’re fine,” users left him in a second clip, in which he gave more details about his situation.
Because the first one showed her only in the middle of crying. Haley wanted to thank everyone who was kind to her and offered to help her.: “I had a little depression (…) Financial stress is the worst burden of all, but I won’t accept donations because you have to save your money,” said the young woman.
“A lot of people agree with me that it’s rubbish to say they’re experiencing the same thing. Because it shouldn’t be like this. As you know, I live in CanadaWhy is it so expensive and you still can’t pay the rent with a full time job?”, he asked himself.
TikToker’s reality is not so different from other youths of his generation. A survey conducted by Deloitte between November 2021 and January 2022 included responses from 14,000 Gen Zers and 8,400 Millennials. Originally defined as those born between 1995 and 2003. The second is those born between 1983 and 1994.
Among these respondents, 46% of Gen Z and 47% of Millennials shared that they live paycheck to paycheck and are constantly worried about not being able to make ends meet.
Likewise, More than a quarter of Gen Z and nearly a third of Millennials He felt that they were not sure that they would be able to retire in financial comfort. Additionally, 43% of Gen Z and 33% of Millennials revealed that they have taken on another full- or part-time job. In this study, Deloitte concluded that their financial concerns may be the cause.But the desire to improve and find the development of new skills.
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