To Be Financially Stable. That afternoon, Vani (27) was made dizzy because of her work deadline.
The usually cheerful face now looks disheveled and lackluster.
However, that disheveled face suddenly turned radiant when he saw the internet banking notification on his smartphone.
Apparently the woman who worked as a feature writer in a magazine in Jakarta had just received her monthly salary.
Vani told me, usually almost half of the salary of around Rp 6 million every month he used to meet their daily needs.
To Be Financially Stable
“First, it is used for primary needs, such as boarding fees, credit card installments, electricity, food, drinking coffee, credit fees, transportation costs, as well as shopping for monthly needs,” he said, Sunday (6/10/2019).
About shopping for makeup, clothes, skincare, hangouts with friends, to watching movies and idol concerts.
Vani usually allocates 20 percent of her salary.
Firdha (25), also has a similar story. He said, nearly 50 percent of his income a month was spent meeting daily needs.
“Usually money runs out for food, transportation, buying makeup, traveling, and buying collections that are more likely to be purchased,” said the woman from Bandung.
Not much different, Mico (28) revealed, from his salary which ranges from Rp 4.5-5 million per month as content marketing.
30-40 percent is used for routine needs.
“For culinary, watching movies in theaters, internet costs, transportation, and the need for sports,” he said, Monday (10/08/2019).
Apparently many other millennial generations have the same fate as these three people.
The study titled Indonesia Millennial Report 2019 revealed, 51.1 percent of millennial generation income was spent.
On meeting monthly routine needs, including entertainment, debt repayments, investments, to internet subscription fees.
For saving matters, according to the research, the average generation born between 1980-1997 set aside 10.7 percent of total … Read the rest