Millennials are due for some good news, and the 2020s will most likely be the decade that they find it. Read More »
CGK President and Generational Expert Jason Dorsey Tells Inc. His Predictions for Millennials in the 2020s
Millennials have had a rough start financially, but it’s very possible that the 2020s will be the silver lining.
Business Insider Story Reveals Millennials are Splitting Into Mega-llennials and Me-llennials
Millennials, also known as Gen Y, born approximately 1977 to 1995 in North America, are the largest generation of employees and consumers in existence. Unfortunately, they are also the most negatively portrayed in the media.
Millennials, as a group, are often given a bad rap, but they’ve simply had a slow start in life with the odds stacked against them. And it’s through no fault of their own. Read More »
Generational Expert Jason Dorsey talks about Gen Z as consumers on Realtor.com
Gen Z, occasionally referred to as iGen or Centennials, is the group born between approximately 1997 and 2012. While many in Gen Z are only just finishing college and stepping into the world of work, they are already eager to set down roots.
It’s exciting to see Gen Z emerge as buyers in the home market. Read More »
CGK President Jason Dorsey Says Millennials Are Set to Experience Financial Stability in this Decade
An interview with Voice of America (VOA) reveals how Millennials’ financial state is finally improving
Millennials had a tough start, growing up during the Great Recession of 2007-2009. But the good news is they are finally starting to emerge from the financial difficulty of their early years.
The decade ahead looks promising because this group of younger Americans is starting to enter a new phase of life. Read More »
A recent survey from the National Retail Federation found that Gen Z—also known as iGen and Centennials—was surprisingly the demographic most likely to shop in-store during Black Friday 2019.
Our youngest generation of consumers brings a distinct set of attitudes and behaviors—along with tons of buying power—to the marketplace.
Gen Z prefer to shop in traditional retail outlets but also expect improved personalization, better overall value, and a stronger focus on experiences. Read More »
Gen Z expert and CGK CEO shares insights at the launch of a new shoe line ideal for Gen Z
Young people are increasingly moving to urban areas, and this urbanization is influencing what they purchase, from food to footwear.
Columbia Sportswear's SH/FT footwear is designed to fit the pavement-to-park lifestyle of emerging generations. Read More »
CGK's President Jason Dorsey talks to Headline News about why "lunch break shaming" isn't going to work with this generation.
A recent national study by napkin brand, Tork, revealed that 37% of Millennials admitted they don’t feel empowered to take a lunch break.
Why? They’re concerned their coworkers will think they're not working hard enough. Sadly, their concerns are warranted. Read More »
Remember the 3 G's to attract and keep Gen Z employees.
2019 marks the first-ever graduating class of Gen Z—and this new generation of degreed professionals is marching headfirst into a workers’ job market with a considerable set of expectations.
What does that mean for employers? It means to sign them, you’ve got to satisfy them. Read More »
CGK's research-based strategies will help you engage and "wow" Millennials and Gen Z now.
At The Center for Generational Kinetics (CGK) we are on a mission to uncover insights into each generation to help bring them together.
Learn how to involve, interact, introduce, intrigue, and inspire to create a better meeting or conference experience for Millennials and Gen Z. Read More »
We discovered Millennials are splitting into two generations. Economically, that is.
At The Center for Generational Kinetics, we are passionate about uncovering important generational trends, changes, and insights.
These are the must-know generational insights that leaders can use to help understand and bridge generations. Read More »