Things Boomers Take For Granted That Generation Z Will Not

Baby Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, experienced a world vastly different from that of Generation Z, those born from the late 1990s to the early 2010s. 

Here are ten things Boomers often take for granted, which Gen Z may not relate to or experience in the same way. 

Boomers often entered a job market with more stability and clearer career paths.  

Many enjoyed robust pension plans and long-term job security, a contrast to the gig economy and less predictable career trajectories that Gen Z faces. 

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Even a few minutes of meditation can have profound effects on your mental health. It reduces stress, improves concentration, and promotes emotional health. 

Higher education and homeownership were more accessible and affordable for Boomers. 

Today, Gen Z grapples with skyrocketing tuition fees and housing markets that make these milestones challenging to achieve. 

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