10 Red Flags of Gen Z and Millennials That Don’t Apply Boomers

The digital world is a big part of Gen Z and Millennials' lives, which means they care more than ever about having an interesting social media profile.

1. Obsession with Social Media Presence

Boomers often worked for the same company for their whole lives, but Gen Z and Millennials tend to switch jobs more often.

2. Perpetual Job Hopping

Gen Z and Millennials have grown up in an age of instant gratification, where knowledge and resources are easy to find.

3. Entitlement Mentality

Because of the constant flow of information and events through social media platforms, Gen Z and Millennials are more likely to worry about missing out (FOMO).

4. Fear of Missing Out

People know that Gen Z and Millennials rely heavily on technology, especially smartphones and social media.

5. Dependency on Technology

The current state of the economy and the financial problems that younger groups face have made it harder for Gen Z and Millennials to make ends meet.

6. Financial Instability

This is a good thing, it could be a red flag if all they do is post on social media and talk about how good they are without actually doing anything.

7. Activism Without Action

Gen Z and Millennials are used to getting things right away because they grew up in the digital age.

8. Addiction to Instant Gratification

The use of technology and social media has made it harder for Gen Z and Millennials to talk to each other face-to-face.

9. Lack of Face-to-Face Communication Skills

Gen Z and Millennials often go into relationships with unrealistically high standards. This is because they see idealized versions of relationships in the media and want constant excitement.

10. Unrealistic Expectations in Relationships