Singaporean millennials are the most concerned about climate change and protecting the environment, with 32% of them indicating so. And while economic growth is a key concern, it is second place with 26% indicating so. Unemployment, meanwhile, is ranked third, or 25%, in the list, according to a survey done by Deloitte. 

While for Singaporean Gen Zs, the top three issues were economic growth(30%), unemployment (29%) and healthcare/ disease prevention(25%), according to the same survey, which was part of a worldwide study done by Deloitte.

Marking the report’s 10th anniversary, Deloitte Global surveyed nearly 23,000 millennial and Gen Z respondents from 45 countries which includes Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Within Singapore, there were a total of 308 respondents comprising 203 millennials and 105 Gen Zs.

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