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Millennials Genuinely Think They Can Change The World And Their Communities

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A recent survey of 12,000 millennials in 27 countries (ages 18 to 30) from Telefónica International probed respondents on their feelings about technology, education, personal freedom, and more. The findings report an overarching message: this generation has a lot of hope, in spite of the many global crises staring them down.
There is a sense of optimism by Millenials that they can do GOOD, both at a local and global level. Let's spread that sentiment!

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    Article is written by GOOD member Ariel Schwartz!