Drop-off in Check Writing Shows Generational Differences in Financial Matters

A small percentage of people stick to writing checks, despite its seemingly inconvenient nature.

Check-writing may be dying, but it isn’t dead yet, according to the Wall Street Journal. More "old school" that paying with cash, a small percentage of consumers still clings to their checkbook.

Drop-off in Check Writing Shows Generational Differences in Financial Matters

Even though paying bills with checks might not be a totally foreign concept for Millennials, since many of them write check after check for their student loan payments, they would never even consider carrying around a checkbook for everyday purchases. Read More »

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Gen Z is Skeptical of Advertising

How can marketers get through to a generation who is used to skipping ads?

With shorter attention spans and a higher likelihood of avoiding advertising, Gen Z might be one of the hardest ever generations to market to.

Gen Z is Skeptical of Advertising

According to a recent CNBC article, Gen Z, the generation after Millennials, looks for humorous commercials, likes to “co-create” with brands, and only wants to watch videos that are less than 10 seconds long. Most of all, they physically skip ads when they pop up. Read More »

CATEGORIES: Generations iGen / Gen Z Selling & Marketing Technology

What’s on the Menu for Gen Z: Restaurant Preferences for the Youngest Generation

Looking for more than just chicken nuggets, Gen Z has restaurant preferences that put forth a more mature outlook on food.

While Millennials may have grown up snacking on chicken nuggets, Gen Z children and young teens are opting for healthier options. Gen Z, the generation after Millennials, are already a force to be reckoned with in the restaurant, fast-casual, and fast food eating space.

Gen Z vs. Millennials: How to Tell the Difference

When brands talk about "Millennials" do they really mean "Gen Z"? Find out here.

While most people think the generation after Millennials consists of only kids, the truth is that the oldest members of Gen Z and iGen are now up to age 20.

The Center’s Gen Z Research Featured on Inc.com!

How old should you be when you get your first smartphone? What does the youngest generation expect from technology? Inc.com investigates.

Gen Z is quickly becoming the new buzzy generation to know, market and sell to, and employ.

Gen Z & Mobile Technology: 3 Things to Know

The generation after Millennials is tied to their smartphones. But is that a bad thing?

Naturally, if you’ve never known a world without information and communication at your fingertips via the internet and smartphones, you’re going to have a whole different outlook than any other generation in history.

Here’s the App Taking the Playground by Storm

What the shockingly young demographics for one music app means for the future of mobile apps for all generations

Lately, it seems as if playgrounds may have better foresight about technological trends than the latest press releases.

Don’t Ask the Millennial in Your Office to Fix the Printer Jam

Jason Dorsey reveals the truth about Millennials and technology in the workplace.

Think your newest Millennial hire is going to be the one to help you out with your technology woes around the office? Think again.

Millennials & Money: 4 Things You Need to Know Now

Here's what Millennials think about retirement, spending, and daily finances.

Let’s face it: we all knew that the generation who came of age during the rise of emails, texting, and cell phones would use money differently, but it wasn’t until now that we knew just how different it would be.

Millennials and Moving: Here’s How One Company Figured it Out

Inspired by Jason Dorsey's presentation, one New York-based moving company changed their business model to be more Millennial-friendly.

While it may be true that a huge percentage of Millennials are living with their parents, another part of the generation is making moves.