Generation Z Applies Early Decision to Everything

Generation Z Applies Early Decision to Everything

Generation Z Applies Early Decision to Everything Today is a very important day for high school seniors in Generation Z.  It’s November 1, the date when Early Decision and Early Action college applications are due. Today, Generation Z is submitting more than an application to attend a college or university; they are submitting an application to […]

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? The Atlantic, Sept. 2017

Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation? The Atlantic, Sept. 2017

The Atlantic Magazine, September 2017 Has the Smartphone Destroyed a Generation? Podcast: Radio Atlantic Episode 6, Are Smartphones Harming Our Kids? Concerned about your Gen Z’s excessive phone use? If you are, read on. If not, you should be so put your phone down, and read on. Here are some highlights of an alarming study […]

Generation Z Considers Cost When Selecting a College – Research by Nitro College

Generation Z Considers Cost When Selecting a College – Research by Nitro College

Students from Generation Z are enrolling in college this fall semester, but does their outlook on college differ from students of past generations? A study by Nitro College surveyed over 5,000 students from Generation Z to find out how they’re approaching their college experience when it comes to field of study and financial decisions.  It’s […]

Top 10 Insights on Gen Z in the Workplace, by Sage

Sage recently carried out research around the new working relationships between Generation Y and Generation Z.  Here’s an infographic with the top 10 things you need to know about these generations in the workforce.  You can see the research findings here: https://www.sage.com/za/business-resources/essential-reading/gen-z-in-the-workplace

Will Gen Z be All Right?

Will Gen Z be All Right?

It’s mid-June 2017.  Suddenly, the cheerful sun is shining upon us ever so brightly, colorful blooms providing a hopeful landscape of opportunity… and highway I95 on the Northeast Corridor is crazy jammed more than ever.  It’s jammed more than ever because it’s a very special season:  college graduation season for Generation Z. At the age […]

Exclusive Interview with MOJEH:  “The Zeitgeist of Z”

Exclusive Interview with MOJEH: “The Zeitgeist of Z”

The Zeitgeist of Z by MOJEH Marketing specialist Nancy Nessel shares her insights on how members of Generation Z are changing the world of fashion.  MOJEH Magazine, the global and stylish go-to fashion resource for luxury, recently interviewed me to learn more about Generation Z and why high fashion is embracing the latest generation. The MOJEH article, The Zeitgeist of […]

Make America Stylish Again

Make America Stylish Again

Let’s face it:  Generation Z has been lacking style. Up until recently, a good portion of Gen Z has thrown on an anonymous, yet comfortable, uniform consisting of the hoodie, ripped jeans and an acceptable brand of sneakers – a uniform so dark and “popular” that no one would ever stand out. That was the point.  But Gen Z […]

Millennial Pink is a Centennial Perk

Millennial Pink is a Centennial Perk

Millennials and Generation Z (aka Centennials) approach style very differently. But this season, there’s a hot fashion trend that both generations, and genders, are embracing: the color Millennial Pink. Just as Gen Z turns to creative expression to manage stress, young generations around the world are turning to color as a form of expression, wearing brighter colors […]

Gen Z gets High on Creative Expression

Gen Z gets High on Creative Expression

Generation Z is very stressed out right now—teens in particular. Twenty percent of teen males and 30% of teen females have been diagnosed with anxiety, according to the NIMH. This coincides with a recent increase in societal strains in general: per the American Psychological Association (APA), stress levels in America since January 2017 are at an all-time high. […]

It’s Tourist Season on College Campuses

It’s Tourist Season on College Campuses

It’s tourist season on America’s college campuses. Many of the 16-20 million high school students from around the world are cramming in as many campus visits as possible during the coveted spring break of a HS student’s junior year.  According to higheredtoday.org, roughly 66% of the America’s HS students will immediately enroll in college. I’m […]