Each generation has its start and cutoff point. Where these begin and end are important to demographers and how one self-identifies. The selection of dates can be somewhat arbitrary, but often grow in acceptance over time. Also, naming these generations …
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Category Archives: Generation Z
It’s not always clear what age Generation Z represents, but for a survey discussed in Inc. Generation Z is somewhere between ages 13 – 36. When 27,000 of this group were surveyed, ten brands stood out as most trusted. You’ll …
Though not scientific, a college professor has written in the Huffington Post about his recent engagement with Generation Z. Generally the older generation feels the new generation is diminished in some way; that technology, poor education or upbringing makes them …
NPR, through their Youth Radio partnership, has a great story about a Gen Z influencer who created her own career and following. Generation Z is the group that follows Millennials. Their oldest members are now heading off to college. …