Some 38% of Ukraine's millennial generation (25-40 years of age) experience constant anxiety about their future.
That's according to a study conducted by the Deloitte international consulting company, according to the Novoe Vremya news outlet.
The company focused on the following timelines: millennials are those born from 1983 to 1994, while Gen Z representatives were born from 1995 to 2003.
In terms of a demographic study conducted by the then-Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Dmytro Dubilet, these two generations in Ukraine cover about 14 million people, or 38% of the entire population.
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Some young Ukrainians are under stress amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the share is smaller than among their peers in the West: 44% of millennials worldwide say they constantly suffer from anxiety about the future, while there is 38% of them in Ukraine.
For Ukrainian millennials, the main stress factor is anxiety about the well-being of their families: 80% of Deloitte respondents answered accordingly. At the same time, 66% of them dream of long-term financial stability.
Meanwhile, only 28% of Ukrainians under the age of 40 believe stress is a good reason to take a vacation or day off at work.
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