Gen Z and Millennials: The Generation Gap

Youth Thinking, Youth Videos | 01 Jun 2021


We often describe Gen Z as the change-maker generation. They are a generation of young people who want to make a difference in the world, and because of this, they believe they hold different values, attitudes and beliefs to generations before them.  

In our new insight video our Gen Z panel members (those born from 1995 onwards), talk about what they think makes their generation different from their Millennials predecessors (those born from 1981 onwards).

Listen to their full responses and find out what they think, as they talk about everything from their political views to their style differences.

This new video is now available to stream on demand, for free!

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