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Gen Z - 18yrs - 26yrs

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About Gen Z

Generation Z, often referred to as Gen Z, is the demographic cohort that comes after the Millennial generation. While it's important to note that individuals within any generation are diverse and not universally defined by specific characteristics, there are some general trends and values associated with Gen Z. Keep in mind that these traits can vary among individuals:

Characteristics and Values of Gen Z

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Tech Savy

Gen Z is considered the first truly digital-native generation, having grown up with technology such as smartphones, social media, and constant internet access.

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Diverse and Inclusiveness

Gen Z tends to be more accepting of diversity in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and other identity factors. They often advocate for inclusivity and social justice.

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Many Gen Z individuals are entrepreneurial and value self-expression. They may prefer freelance work, side hustles, or starting their own businesses.

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Gen Z is often socially aware and concerned about global issues such as climate change, social justice, and equality. Activism and advocacy are common among this generation.

Social Concious

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Thanks to the internet, Gen Z has a more global perspective and is connected to a wider range of cultures and ideas. They may feel a sense of global citizenship.

Global Perspective

Gen Z tends to be independent and resourceful. They have grown up in an environment that encourages self-learning, problem-solving, and finding information on their own.

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Independent and Self-Reliant

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Having witnessed economic challenges, such as the 2008 financial crisis and student loan debt issues, Gen Z may be more financially cautious and focused on economic stability.

Financially Cautious

Due to the constant influx of information and stimuli, Gen Z is often associated with shorter attention spans. They prefer concise, visually appealing content.

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Short Attention Spans

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Gen Z is heavily influenced by online personalities and influencers. Social media platforms play a significant role in shaping their opinions and preferences.

Influencer Culture

Gen Z is more open about mental health and seeks ways to prioritize well-being. They may be more likely to discuss and address mental health issues compared to previous generations.

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Mental Health Awareness

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