Gen Z came of age during the Great Recession, terror threats, school shootings, and they’ve never known a world without smartphones and social media. Read More »
Denise Villa, CEO, weighs in on what this generation is looking for at work
Seventeen million members of Gen Z are about to enter the workforce, and they are bringing their unique attitudes, experiences, and expectations with them.
So obsessed they are losing sleep! Heather Watson shares surprising insights from our 2018 State of Gen Z™ research study
Gen Z is growing up remarkably different from other generations—including Millennials—due to powerful digital tools and transformative tech innovation.
In fact, we found in our 2018 State of Gen Z™ study that 95% have a smartphone. And, 25% had a smartphone before the age of 10! Being connected 24/7 is their norm. Read More »
Here’s how this young generation sees banking, and what this could mean for the future of big banks
Gen Z may be the first generation to never step foot inside a bank.
With mobile banking more widespread than ever, and Gen Z more comfortable with using apps than face-to-face conversation, there is little reason for them to use traditional banking methods. Read More »
Here’s what you need to know about this up-and-coming generation before they step foot in your workplace
Gen Z is entering the workforce, and they have their own way of doing things.
Far from a continuation of Millennials, Gen Z is already shaping up to be a practical, financially-savvy, technology-driven generation. Read More »
Now is the time to prepare your organization and leadership for the emergence of Gen Z as consumers, employees, and trendsetters
The Center for Generational Kinetics is incredibly excited about the response to our Zconomy™ services and solutions.
We are passionate about applying our unique Gen Z behavioral research, consulting lens, strategic approach to solve client challenges. Read More »
Jason Dorsey explains the specific ways Gen Z is different from Millennials
Gen Z, the generation after Millennials, are about to explode onto the scene. Currently, the oldest members of the generation are graduating college, and they’re poised to enter the workforce en masse.
Plus, they hold an astronomical amount of spending power. But don’t mistake them for the next wave of Millennials. Read More »
Leading behavioral designer Heather Watson shares the different ways Gen Z uses each social media platform
“How does Gen Z use social media?” “What are their habits and preferences for each platform?”
These are the types of questions we try to answer with our research. Each month, we invite local Gen Zers to come together and share their thoughts on a variety of topics, from their plans for retirement savings to their preferences on feedback in the workplace. Read More »
Here’s how the generations feel about everything from breakfast to reading the news.
It’s no secret that as people age, their priorities change. Nowhere is this more evident than in morning routines.
But how do the generations differ in their morning routines once they’ve woken up? Read More »
Generation Z is rapidly emerging and they are about to change everything.
Gen Z has different communication preferences, workplace styles, consumer habits, and worldviews.
The change and challenge—as well as the tremendous opportunity—that Gen Z brings to business leaders and the world is why we deliver multiple Zconomy™ services. Read More »
Matt Beaudreau, Certified Generational Speaker at The Center, reveals how for Gen Z and Millennial users Venmo FOMO is real
Money-sharing app Venmo has tapped into a sweet spot for Gen Z and Millennials. It combines an easy way to take control of one’s finances and a social media experience (complete with emojis) into one platform.
According to a recent study, Venmo’s millions of monthly users sent each other a combined $40 billion in 2017. But for many, it also induced FOMO (fear of missing out). Read More »