Generation Z definition

A demographic cohort containing individuals born between the early 2000s and the present day – they follow the Millennial Generation, which is also known as Generation Y, Generation X, and the baby boomers. Less attention has been focused on Generation Z than Generation Y, notably because they haven’t yet entered adulthood and the workforce, but they are often characterised as being highly computer –literate and natural internet users. 


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