Generation Z, born between 1997-2012, tend to spend and earn rather than save, according to data from credit cards and surveys published by Bloomberg. They are not limiting their spending, even during times when the other generations in the US are tightening their belts.
Their Polish counterparts are equally inclined to spend more rather than save up for a rainy day. Over 50% of Polish Gen-Z have disposable incomes of over PLN 1000 a month, according to a study by Mediahub. They are also less eager to work excessively and 46% would accept lower salary if it meant more free time, according to a data collected by the University of Warsaw.