7 Emerging Millennial & Generation Z Trends

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1. iv; : ;2f: i.1g/ /:? :,T 12emerging millennial andGENERATION Z" 1",/"i's, r i l' '. ;_72.; "L3.2/o, ;9_: " / ,vJ_~4.2 2. 200 million monllilr;active uaera60%(J13-I8_am-oldTends to favor the incognito and anonymous socialnetworks9 20 billion photoa ahared47% Qf_I9-32_year-old nulleruualaGeneration Whisper, Snapchatand Secret as opposed to Facebook25% of Generation 2 left Facebook in 2014Social Incognito,images,and lnstagram~willdomiMle- 3. 72% of Generation Z wants to start their own business 90% of Millennials think being an entrepreneur means having a certain mindset rather than starting a company78% of Millennials are strongly influenced by how innovative a companyis when deciding if they want to work therefgyjlll72% of Millennials still at "regular" jobs want to quit to be entirely independent;61% say they likely will within two years L JJf fl:Company culture infused with innovation and2~ 12;/ :iir2,ar+2r: e:zru/ up ~ 4. 78% of Millennialswould choose to spend money ona desirable experience or event over buying something desirable55% of Millennials say they're spending more on events and live experiences than ever before88% of Millennials said they like to watch movies/ shows that came out when they were kids66% of Millennials say 'I wish I could go back to beinga kid Create one-of-akind experiences and tap into-'wa(a[g[a- 5. 52% of Generation 2 and Millennials state that honesty is the most important quality for being a good leader50% of Millennials believe their organization could do more to develop future leadersIn the last 5 years 87% of Millennial workerstook on management roles,vs 38% of Generation X and 19% of Boomers%1 in 4 Millennialsare "asking for a chance" to show their leadership skills'LeadW"PHonesty anddevelopment take high-p, -54,, -W- 6. )7}50% of Millennialcollege students say they don't need a physical classroom39% of Millennials view the future of education as being more virtuali' Y. 52% of Generation 2 use YouTube or social media for typical research assignments67% of young professionals say that online degrees will be as accepted as traditional college degrees youtube. com/ theryanjenks