Generation Z makes up 25.9% of the US population, the largest percentage, and add $44 billion to the economy of The United States. By 2020, they'll account for one-third of the U.S. population, definitely worth paying attention to.
A “Millennial” is someone who reached young adulthood around the year 2000.
Generation Z also called Post-Millennials, Founders, Plurals, iGeneration, or the Homeland Generation is the demographic cohort following the Millennials.
The distinction between the two is necessary to know in order to prepare your business, shift marketing, adjust leadership, and adjust recruiting efforts to stay relevant for the future. Here are some noteworthy difference.
1. Less Focused
Today relevant is continually being refined and Gen Z lives in a world of constant updates. Gen Z processes information faster than other generations thanks to apps like Vine and Snapchat. Thus their attention spans might be significantly less than Millennials.
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