Lots of interesting data in a survey of US teens (ages 13-17) Pew did in 2018. For one thing, all that "find your passion" crap people have been feeding them seems to have had a big impact, and large percentages think it is very important to have a career they enjoy and to help others. Interest in getting married and having children shrinks every year, although of course many people change their minds about these things when they get older.
A major continuing trend is that 68% of girls say they plan to attend a four-year college, vs. 51% of boys.
An in one final note, 45% of parents worry that they spend too little time with their kids, but only 25% of kids want more time with their parents.