Youth, categorized as individuals aged 0-34 years, make up 67.02% of the total population of Saudi Arabia. This is according to a report released by the General Authority for Statistics (GaStat) on Friday.
The Saudi Youth Development Survey for 2019 was carried out in Q2 2019 and prepared by GaStat.
It aimed to highlight the issues and challenges facing youth by identifying their needs, education, work and economic status.
The report also noted that those aged between 15-34 years amounted to 36.7% of the population. Males making up a marginally larger number at 51.03%, with females representing 48.97%.
From an economic perspective, 68.91% of youth reported having a monthly income that allowed them to fulfill all of their financial commitments.
With regard to savings, 44.71% reported being able to save part of their monthly income.
The gender disparity in this figure higher than others, with 43.62% of males, compared to 50.19% of females.
As social media has come to dominate the region, the survey also showed the percentage of youth that use social media websites has reached 98.43%.
With a little over a third adding that their personal relationships have been affected by the technology.