Does scrolling through your Instagram lead to overspending?
Paul Davidson of USA Today reports:
Thirty-five percent of Americans admit they feel pressured to spend more than they can afford after seeing images of their friends’ lives on sites like Facebook and Instagram, according to Schwab’s 2019 modern wealth survey. The FOMO effect is most dramatic for young adults. About half of millennials and 44% of Generation Z (those born approximately between 1995 to 2015) acknowledge their spending habits are at least partly shaped by social media.Read More
New generational studies have hit the wire, and journalists have begun to file reports on trends among Gen Zers and Millennials. Here are three notable surveys that hit the web recently.Read More
As with each generation, old words take on new meanings, new terms are coined, and slang becomes part of our everyday vernacular. Generation Z is no different, and a high school teacher in Massachusetts is keeping track.Read More
Scanning the headlines for religion stories on Millennials and Gen Zers can be confusing. Are emerging generations in America abandoning faith altogether, or are they discovering spirituality? Are they open to religion, or are they anti-religious?Read More
The New York Times asked Generation Z for a more accurate view of their generational cohort. They didn’t ask for essay or quotes. They asked Gen Z to show, not tell. They did so with pictures.Read More
The Catholic Church is serious about connecting with Generation Z. How serious? They’ve launched an app that has been likened to Pokémon Go called “Follow JC Go.”Read More
It’s a well known fact that Generation Z is highly adept at using technology, at times engaging online differently and with higher frequency than their Millennial predecessors. That trend is likely to continue and will have ramifications for how your church connects with emerging generations. How does your church presently use technology to connect with Generation Z?Read More
Who do you admire, and what do your heroes say about you?
That’s a great question, and one that can be applied to each generation.Read More