Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images
Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images

4 ways coronavirus has changed millennials’ and Gen Z’s spending habits – from contact-free food deliveries to cutting back on shopping

Social distancing means online shopping, and medical bills equal financial anxiety – why millennials are already cutting back on spending over concerns of an impending recession

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images
Coronavirus may put most millennials at less physical risk than older generations, but it may be changing the generation's spending habits more. Photo: Getty Images
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