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The pandemic, the lack of jobs and the crisis have prompted Generation Z to take a liking to it.

And Generation Z’s priorities are…

So-called centenarians think public investment priorities should be focused on three main areas: education (51%), health services (49%) and sustainable infrastructure (35%).

With regard to education, one of the main concerns is closing the digital divide, investing primarily so that rural areas have more connectivity and less favored groups can access devices. In addition to improving digital skills.

And, after a global pandemic, healthcare has become a priority for this generation. 25% complained about low quality of service and patient safety; 20% for long waits for appointments and treatments, and 10% for not seeking necessary medical attention. The problems he envisions are the only problems that can be solved by applying technology.

On the other hand, five out of 10 have low or neutral trust in how their data is stored or managed by healthcare providers. For this reason, seven in 10 people believe there should be more investment in cyber security and stronger legislation to protect personal and national information, as well as ensuring that private organizations adhere to more stringent standards.

Furthermore, 70% of this generation believe that technology will play an important role in the fight against climate change and believe that there are three priority areas for sustainable investment: a circular economy, sustainable energy and more sustainable transportation. Get More News

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