Telefonica Global Millennial Survey - Latin America
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Latin American Millennials are empowered by technology, motivated to succeed and to make a difference locally. ...

Latin American Millennials are empowered by technology, motivated to succeed and to make a difference locally.

They are not only highly comfortable with technology but also strongly believe in its ability to affect change in society.

There is optimisim about Latin American Millennial's futures but remain concerned about their regional economies.

The environment plays a large role in Latin American Millennials lives, with 52% of them believing that protecting the environment is one of the most important ways to make a difference in the world.

Telefónica in partnership with the Financial Times, commissioned 12,171 online quantitative interviews among Millennials, aged 18-30, across 27 countries in six regions including North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, and Middle East & Africa .

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  • Telefónica Global Millennial Survey Latin American Millennials - Empowered by technology, motivated to succeed and to make a local difference_ Today’s young adults: the leaders of tomorrow. Their Use of Technology Latin American Millennials are not only highly comfortable with technology, but also strongly believe in its ability to affect change in society_ 32% 74% of Latin American Millennials strongly agree they are on the cutting-edge of technology, compared to 19% of Millennials worldwide. of Latin American Millennials believe technology creates more opportunities for all, compared to 69% of Millennials worldwide. Millennials believe technology has shrunk the gap between the rich and the poor. 53% Latin American Millennials 38% Millennials Worldwide Their Economic Outlook Latin American Millennials are optimistic about their future but are concerned about their regional economies_ 62% 71% 52% of Latin American Millennials think the regional economy is on the wrong track, compared to 50% of Millennials worldwide. of Latin American Millennials say it is very important to make it to the top of their career, compared to 43% of Millennials worldwide. of Latin American Millennials consider being an entrepreneur to be a very important life accomplishment, compared to 22% of Millennials worldwide. Millennials strongly agree that they know exactly where they want to be in 10 years. 48% 52% 46% Latin American Millennials Mexico Chile 26% 47% 39% Millennials Worldwide Argentina Brazil Their Place in the World Latin American Millennials are concerned about the environment and believe that they can make a difference in their countries_ 52% of Latin American Millennials say protecting the environment is one of the most important ways to make a difference in the world, compared to 41% of Millennials worldwide. 89% Millennials believe they can make a local difference. 82% Mexico 80% Brazil Latin American Millennials 69% Millennials Worldwide 78% 62% Argentina Chile Their View on Family and Religion 28% of Latin American Millennials say that religion has been influential in shaping their lives, compared to 16% worldwide. 56% of Latin American Millennials plan to raise their children in their religion / with their religious beliefs, compared to 37% worldwide. In addition to feeling that they can make a local difference in the world, Latin American Millennials are career-oriented and concerned about the environment. Learn more at telefonica.com/millennials #TEFMillennials