Gen Z and Millennial Survey 2022

Introduction

Results from this year’s Gen Z and Millennial Survey show that climate is the biggest concern among young Danes, and almost 70% think that the world is at a tipping point. 4 out of 10 young Danes feel burnt out at work, and almost 40% live paycheck to paycheck and worry that they will not be able to cover their expenses.

In the video below, you can hear about the key highlights from the report.

“The past two years has put us all through a hectic and trying time. Climate change, a raging pandemic and now also a war close to our borders – just to name a few. This troubled time has sparked concerns and also left its mark on this year’s Deloitte survey on millennials and Gen Zs”
Camilla Kruse, People and Purpose leader, Deloitte

Highlights from the Danish report

Top five issues

About the research

The 2022 Gen Z and Millennial Survey solicited the views of 14,808 Gen Zs and 8,412 millennials (23,220 respondents in total), from 46 countries across North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. The Danish report consists of views from 700 respondents – 350 Gen Zs and 350 millennials.

As defined in the study, Gen Z respondents were born between January 1995 and December 2003, and millennial respondents were born between January 1983 and December 1994.

Contact

Camilla Kruse

Camilla Kruse, People and Purpose leader

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