Singapore millennials have emerged the “most optimistic” age group when it comes to overcoming the current challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the UOB Optimism Index.

The Index, which measures how concerned consumers are about rising Covid-19 cases, continued restrictions, the economic impact from the pandemic and on their personal well-being and outlook, surveyed Singaporeans across all age groups from baby boomers (aged 56 and above) to generation X (aged 40 to 55), generation Z (aged 18 to 23) and millennials (aged 24 to 39).

Out of a maximum score of 100, millennials were the most optimistic at 54.7, followed by generation Z’s 52.5, generation X’s 51.0 and baby boomers’ 50.6.

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