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This report reveals where teens are starting to spend their time online, and it’s not Snapchat or Instagram
Gen Z has grown up with the internet and smartphones and spent their entire lives adapting to new technology.
A social shopping app hugely popular with teens is sitting on a treasure trove of data that could help brands decide what will be cool next
Depop is a social marketplace where users can buy and sell an array of items, from vintage clothing and sunglasses to concert tickets.
Millennials and Gen Z are finally gaining ground in the climate battle — here are the signs they’re winning
The last eight months has been pivotal in the push to take action to curb climate change, according to author and activist Bill McKibben.
From "it's lit" to "yeet," here are some popular words and phrases that everyone seems to be using these days and what they actually mean.
Gen Z is ambitious about homeownership, and it’s becoming clear that even high costs and student loans won’t stop them
More than half of Gen Zers are saving to buy a house within the next five years, according to a Bank of America report.
Gen Z started building wealth earlier than millennials, and an expert says 9/11 is the main event that divided the 2 generations and their views on mo...
The youngest millennials and Gen Z are divided by the fact that Gen Z does not remember 9/11, according to an expert on millennials.
Gen Z workers expect a promotion after one year on the job, and their bosses are creating new titles and throwing ‘workversary’ parti...
Gen Z and millennial employees feel they should be promoted within a year on the job, putting managers in awkward positions, a survey found.
Amazon is winning with teens, according to Piper Jaffray's most recent survey.
A new survey shows that Snapchat is still the favorite social platform among Gen Z — but it’s not the app teens are using the most
Although Snapchat was listed by 40% of teens as their favorite social platform, Instagram is increasingly more popular.
Wealthy teens identified Under Armour, Nike, and Justice as being among the top brands that they have stopped wearing, according to a new survey.