Stress test podcast season 8 looks to keep our Gen Z and millennials happy

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Stress test podcast season 8 looks to keep our Gen Z and millennials happy

In today's episode, we'll have a look at our stress test podcast content. As we gear up for our new stress test personal finance podcast, it's against a background of continued economic uncertainty and financial stress.

Since 2020, stress test has been around, and we frequently get asked how we come up with our ideas. When our stress test team gathers to shape episodes, we begin by looking at what's in the news, what's keeping our core audience of Gen Z and millennials up at night.

This coming season will examine some of the most pressing issues and new financial reality that young Canadians face - from excessive rents and soaring mortgage costs to the growing trend of living with roommates in their 30s and 40s.

It won't be all a doom and gloom, he said, but it won't be all gloom and doom. We will also talk about money splurges, because we all need some happiness in our lives, whether it's a European holiday, new music speakers, a gym membership, or Taylor Swift tickets. Please let us know your name, age, and email address and we will contact you for the upcoming episode.

If you haven't listened to any of our most popular episodes, here are some of the most popular episodes. Our very last episode from last season has overtaken all others - it looks at why more Canadians are giving up on home ownership. Come in second is a season five topic you might think young adults aren't interested in : retirement might look different for Gen Z and millennials and how to plan for that.

The third and fourth most listened episodes are rising interest rates brought pain for new homeowners - and opportunity for house hunters from Season Six and Is the middle class dead for millennials and Gen Z? From season five.

On October 25th, stress test season 8 will be released. It can be streamed through Spotify and Apple as well as on Spotify or wherever you're listening to your podcasts. As always, a big thanks to all of the young Canadians who share their personal experiences of financial frustrations, success and challenges with us.

Amplify essays have explored all aspects of communal living as a response to the housing crisis, teaching children what it really means to be frugal, and newer concepts like milestone anxiety and intergenerational financial trauma. The weekly and exclusive comic Marianne is also featured on Amplify.

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