In the face of unprecedented health and economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, millennials are showing resilience and resolve to build a better future.This is according to the latest Global Millennial Survey by Deloitte. This year's survey explored the views of more than 27,000 millennials (people aged 26 to 40) and Gen Zs (those born since 1995), before and after the start of the pandemic."They've seen how quickly the Earth can heal, how rapidly business can adapt, and how resourceful and co-operative people can be," says the survey. "They know that a post-pandemic society can be better than the one that preceded it, and they're tenacious enough to make it a reality."Millennials are the largest generation in the world and in SA they make up 27% of the population - 14-million people. Of all generations, they are said to have been the hardest hit, financially, by the pandemic. According to TransUnion, 84% of South African millennials say their household incomes have b...

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