Question: What Do Millennials Want Most?

What do Millenials do for fun?

Some might be surprised to see that outdoor/nature activities were the top category of fun/leisure that Gen Z and Millennials are engaging in when they’re away from their devices.

Hiking was the number one activity in this category, followed by walking, then beach visits..

What are the goals of Millennials?

Millennial Life GoalsPaying off debt/Being debt free (94 percent)Having a meaningful career (92 percent)Traveling (86 percent)Finding and marrying someone that I love (83 percent)Owning a home (81 percent)Raising a family (76 percent)Obtaining a higher degree (68 percent)More items…•

What Millennials are interested in?

1. Experiences. Millennials want to experience something genuine and incredible. They want to build lasting memories.

What do Millenials value?

Millennial values can be both contradictory and oddly pragmatic. Millennials value accomplishment over time logged, inclusion over exclusion, yoga pants over jeans (not literally) and sometimes, pets over kids.

What Millennials care about?

Millennials care about social issues. Civil rights/racial discrimination, healthcare (for themselves and their aging parents and grandparents), education and employment are the causes millennials in this country consistently care the most about.

What are the traits of Millennials?

Nurtured and pampered by parents who didn’t want to make the mistakes of the previous generation, millennials are confident, ambitious, and achievement-oriented. They also have high expectations of their employers, tend to seek new challenges at work, and aren’t afraid to question authority.

What are millennials afraid of?

Top 10 millennial modern and traditional fears:Spiders (37%)Phone running out of battery (31%)Fear of sending a text to the wrong person (26%)Missing a flight (24%)Having no Wi-Fi (24%)Heights (24%)Bees/wasps (23%)Missing a train (22%)More items…•

What do Millenials value most?

When ranking what’s important to us, we consistently rank one thing highest: experiences. In terms of spending, Millennials are crystal clear on this. A recent study by Harris Poll (for Eventbrite) showed 78 percent of Millennials would rather spend money on an experience they wanted to have over an item they desired.

Are Millennials happy?

A new Wells Fargo study suggests that millennials (ages 20-36) link satisfaction and happiness with stability and financial responsibility. About a third of participants are satisfied with their financial status and 62% felt happy overall, with 65% using the word “meaningful” to describe their lives.

What is the biggest problem with Millennials?

Because they came of age during the Great Recession, millennials are dealing with a number of financial problems. Some of millennials’ most critical money problems are student loan debt, inflating living costs, unexpected expenses, and needing to save more for life milestones.

What are the core values of Millennials?

I think the answer to the paradox lies in Gen Y’s traditional core values.Authenticity.Caring.Family.Balance.Giving Back.Self-expression.Creativity.Meaning.

What do millennials want in a job?

Millennials are generally confident, achievement-oriented, enjoy working in teams. They want perfect work-life balance, as they give emphasis on their life as well. This generation is well skilled in terms of technology usage and enjoys being tech savvy.

Where do Millennials hang out?

Most of our respondents prefer going to mall when going out with their close friends (32.72%). And the rest of them will go to café (20.82%), restaurant (18.08%) and other places. When respondents go out by themselves, most of them prefer going to mall (35.47%), someone house’s (14.87%), café (8.24%) and other places.

What Millennials are known for?

Millennial generation have a strong sense of community both on local and global scale. Compared to previous generation, Millennials focus on larger societal needs rather than individual needs. People born between 1980 and 2000 are the most civic-minded since the generation of the 1930s and 1940s,” claimed USA Today.