COVID-19 Will Define Gen Z and the Next Generation

Business Insider Interviews CGK President Jason Dorsey About the Post-Pandemic Generation

At The Center for Generational Kinetics, we are closely researching the impact of COVID-19 on Gen Z. We’re especially focused on how the pandemic will change the attitudes, behaviors, and expectations of this generation at their critical time in their emergence.

Gen Z and COVID-19: A Generational Defining Moment

An Update from CGK's CEO Denise Villa, Ph.D., and President Jason Dorsey

At CGK, we study the Generation Defining Moments that shape each generation, including Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, and Baby Boomers.

Gen Z and COVID-19: A Generational Defining Moment

Based on our research, we believe the COVID-19 pandemic is the Generation Defining Moment that has shaped Gen Z at this critical time in their transition into adulthood. Read More »

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Gen X parents are raising Gen Z kids very differently than Baby Boomers raised Millennials

Bloomberg News recently wrote a feature story on Gen Z, and The Center for Generational Kinetics played a key role!

Gen Z represents the greatest generational business opportunity of the last fifteen years.

4 Strategies for Recruiting Gen Z Employees

We spoke with Fortune about what our research shows works with this fast-emerging generation

Understanding Gen Z as employees is incredibly urgent for leaders and managers as Gen Z is soon to be the fastest-growing generation in the workforce.

Our researchers uncovered an important Millennial trend–and it was featured on Business Insider!

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.

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