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Gen Z - The Entrepeneurial Generation

A recent study by Monster on Gen Z’s workplace characteristics identified that within the top three, “They are attracted to entrepreneurship.” Their survey found “that 76 percent of these young people see themselves as the owners of their careers, in control of shaping their own paths. In fact, nearly half of Gen Z respondents said they want to have their own businesses, compared to 32...

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The Money Conscious Mindset of Gen Z

67% of Gen Zers indicate their top concern is being able to afford college Gen Z grew up during the recent recession. And although quite young, they saw firsthand how it impacted their Gen X parents, whose net worth fell by 45%. Money-sucking experiences and items weren’t easy to come by but the push to save for their futures was impossible to avoid. This resounding message of frugality was...

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What makes the Gen Z student unique?

School has begun and the attention returns to the students, most of which are Gen Z.  It’s expected that these “digital natives” incorporate technology into every facet of their learning. After all, Gen Z only knows a world where digital tools exist. And this affects both the teacher and student. The older model used to be “sage on stage,” where teachers stood in front of the...

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Gen Z Gender Persepective On Study's Shopping Results

A recent study by Ernst & Young sought to uncover the main shopping differences between millennials and Generation Z. Business Insider highlights some of the biggest findings and shares them in an article titled “Teen Generation Z is being called ‘millennials on steroids,’ and that could be terrifying for retailers.” We asked one Gen Z girl and Gen Z boy to comment on these results....

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How Gen Z is Changing the Face of Education

75% of Gen Z believes they can get a good education without going to college We were thrilled to present at BbWorld16 this week - an edTech conference dedicated to helping institutions meet the the needs of learners. After speaking to educators, administrators and thought leaders about Gen Z, their excitement for what lies ahead in education was palpable. Hats off to companies like Blackboard...

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