Generation Z


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Generation Z

n
(Sociology) members of the generation of people born since the mid-1990s who are seen as confident users of new technology
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Generation Z may actually prefer a physical workplace, as opposed to working remotely from a coffee shop as is associated with millennials.
This is reflected by research that has found that one-third of Generation Z expect to be in a management role within five years of completing college and another quarter expect to be on track to do so.
Technomic, Chicago, estimates that Generation Z, the nation's youngest shoppers, already wields spending power of $44 billion.
Generation Z could bring an array of technological skills to your business, but to entice the new workforce, it's important to make changes to your recruitment strategy.
Defined as anyone born after 1995, members of Generation Z have been called everything from 'screenagers' to 'digital natives' and make up a reported two billion of the world's population.
Defined as anyone born after 1995, members of Generation Z have been called everything from "screenagers" to "digital natives" and today make up a reported two billion of the world's population.
This year, 34% of respondents say their top economic concern is jobs and unemployment, up from 26% in TD Ameritrade's 2012 Generation Z Survey.