Gen Z Coming of Age: Millennials Move Over (a Little)

As Wikipedia reports: “Generation Z refers to the cohort of people born after the Millennial Generation. There is no agreement on the name or exact range of birth dates. Some sources start this generation at the mid or late 1990s or from the mid 2000s to the present day.”
According to JWT Intelligence:
“After years of Millennial obsession, Gen Z is emerging as a welcome new focus for brands, researchers, and marketers. ‘Finally,’ is the resounding sentiment. ‘Something new to talk about!’ i-D magazine has launchedhow generation z will change the world,” a series of articles, photos, and calls to arms. Meanwhile, Dazed & Confused’s new cover features Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams musing on what it’s like to be a teenager. The New York Times recently ran a feature called ‘Make Way for Generation Z.’ In timely fashion, Larry Clark, director of the jarring 1995 movie Kids, has introduced a new equally uncomfortable portrait, this time of Parisian youth, in his latest movie The Smell of Us.”
It helps that the group, aged roughly 12-19 years old, is refreshingly different from its Selfie-loving Millennial predecessors. Gen Z, born circa the late ’90s, is the first truly digital native generation — they were practically born with technology in their hands and are constantly connected to the people and content that matter to them.”
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