Many Boomers have long touted the mantra of choosing a stable, high-paying job over pursuing personal passions.
The traditional 9-5 workday is also being challenged by Gen Z, who are advocating for more flexible work schedules.
Yet, Gen Z is moving away from this perspective, valuing experiences and personal growth over accumulating possessions.
Boomers typically stayed with the same employer for decades, but Gen Z is embracing the gig economy.
Gen Z is defying this mindset, making sustainability and environmental consciousness a significant part of their lifestyle choices.
Boomers often consider discussions around mental health as taboo. Gen Z, in contrast, is prioritizing mental health, openly discussing it, and advocating for greater mental health resources.
Gen Z is more vocal about social justice problems, challenging old views and advocating for change, unlike Boomers, who were conservative.
Lastly, Boomers often conform to societal expectations, but Gen Z is celebrating individuality, encouraging self-expression and rejecting one-size-fits-all advice.