Singapore's millennials are quickly losing faith in the world around them, suggests Deloitte survey

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SINGAPORE (May 21): Be it their general world views or personal career situations, Singapore’s millennials are becoming increasingly jaded when compared to a year ago, as well as to their global peers.

This is according to Deloitte’s Global Millennial Survey results for 2019, which is based on the views of 13,416 millennials across 42 countries.  

Out of 200 respondents surveyed in Singapore, just 16% said they believe their country’s economic outlook will improve over the next 12 months — versus 56% a year ago, and the global 2019 average of 26%.

The top personal concerns among this demographic were namely: income inequality/distribution (28%) and unemployment (27%), followed by...(click on link for full story on theedgesingapore.com)