- Education: American Millennials place a lower value on having a university degree than young people in China, Russian, Taiwan and Poland.
- Entrepreneurialism: American youth rank below Chinese, Russian, Polish, Estonian, Indian, Spanish, Swedish and Taiwanese youth in their interest in starting a company in the next 15 years.
- Job Security: Employment security is among the 3 highest career priorities for young Americans and Europeans, but not for young Russians, Chinese and Indians, who place a higher value on good career opportunities.
- Career Orientation: Childcare, healthcare, and education are among the 4 most popular industries for Millennials in the U.S. - Nowhere else except in France is this the case.
- Willingness to Work Abroad: 21% of American youth state that they would like to live abroad for a period of time, compared with 53% of Chinese, 44% of Indians and 32% of Swedes.
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