Generation Z — the group of people born between 1997 and 2012 — is an intriguing and promising one. Many Gen Zers have never lived without social media, texting, and FaceTime, making them part of an interconnected, tech-savvy bunch.
And with memories of watching their parents struggle through the Great Recession (and seeing their Millennial counterparts bogged down by student loans), it’s no surprise that more than 70% of Gen Zers worry about finances. Members of this age group are also part of the “Change Generation.” It’s clear to Gen Z that each and every person plays a role in contributing to broader causes,
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