Gen Y & Gen Z, people who are between 10 and 41, have spent what should have been some of their most thriving years in a pandemic. Many sacrificed their in-school experiences, struggled to find work, lost jobs, held off on big decisions and dealt with travel restrictions.
A new study by Leger explores how Canadian millennials and Gen Z are feeling about their financial future and otherwise after living through two years of the pandemic.
Sharmeen Somani reports.
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