5 ways coronavirus is changing millennials' money habits more than any other generation
- Coronavirus is causing millennials to change their spending habits more than other generations.
- They're cutting back on spending in case a recession happens and shopping online more.
- Some millennials are also worried they won't be able to afford costs for coronavirus treatment and screening, should they become infected.
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But not all millennials are as concerned about coronavirus or practicing social distancing. Some are capitalizing on cheap coronavirus flights to see the world or take a vacation.Here's how coronavirus is affecting millennials' financial behavior.
1. Millennials are cutting back on spending in the event of a coronavirus-related recession.
2. When millennials do shop, they're doing so online.
3. And they're taking advantage of delivery apps and services more than ever.
4. Some millennials are buying cheap airline tickets.
5. Millennials are more likely to turn to other sources for help paying for coronavirus treatment costs.
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