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Generation Z

Half of teens surveyed don't see a possible future.
Let’s not return to a broken normal or resign ourselves to a bleak future.
Workers who are already vulnerable or disadvantaged are getting the worst of the layoffs.
The younger generation has the digital tools to analyze their finances.
If you can afford a home, go for it, but don’t knock young people who have given up.
The viral phrase built for memes also deserves to be taken seriously.
This generation faces the real possibility of being worse off than the generation before them.
There are many health risks associated with social isolation.
They're reinforcing the movement the millennials started by making employers rethink work, motivation, reward, engagement, commitment and trust.
One could argue that the Millennials were only slightly impacted by "Helicopter Parented" phenomenon and the influence their parents had on them had both a positive and negative impact on their workplace skills, whereas the Gen Z kids grew up when this style of parenting really took hold. This could account for so many of them relying on their parents to help them with career decisions. So how is that working out?