I honestly don't know if this true for you but it is kind of interesting. According to a new survey conducted by Deloitte. They have released their global millennial survey. In the survey, it surveyed over 13,000 thousand millennial's (born 1983-1994) with over 42 countries and a little over 3,000 Gen Z respondents.
According to the survey, "Generally, only about half of both groups aspire to purchase a home, and even fewer desire to start a family. ``Instead, travel and seeing the world was at the top of the list (57%) of aspirations,'' Which, is way different than my baby boomer parents. The survey also stated, "Only 52% of the Millennial's surveyed responded that earning a high salary was a top priority while 56% of their Gen Z peers did so. And 39% of the Millennial's saw starting a family as very important, while 45% of the younger cohort agreed."
In my personal opinion, I don't think it's a bad way of thinking...it's just a different way of thinking compared to our baby boomer counterparts.
If you're interested in reading the study...you can check out the article here: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-20/many-millennials-gen-z-pessimistic-on-life-deloitte-survey