What Are the Differences Between Millennials and Gen Z?
It’s easy to get Gen Zers and millennials confused. Not only are they separated by just a few years—the Pew Research Center identifies millennials as people born between 1981 and 1996 and Gen Zers as those born from 1997 through 2009—but both demographics are known for the same things: being glued to their phones, oversharing on social media, and being broke dreamers with giant chips on their shoulders, to name a few.
However, Gen Zers and millennials have just as many differences as they do similarities. From what stresses them out to how they spend their free time, here are the major differences between people in their mid-20s and 30s (millennials) and those in their tweens, teens, and early 20s (Gen Zers).
For millennials, on the other hand, the main sources of stress include things like money, work, and domestic disputes. In fact, a 2019 survey commissioned by CBD oil company Endoca found that the top five stressors for millennials were losing a wallet, arguing with a partner, commuting delays, losing a phone, and arriving late to work.
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