65% of Gen Zers said they're living paycheck to paycheck, per a new PYMNTS and LendingClub report. That's up from 55% last May.
Joi Wade started making videos on YouTube. Today she's the founder of Joiful Bee and has 123,000 subscribers on YouTube.
41.3% of recent college graduates were employed in a job that did not require a college degree in December, according to the FRBNY.
Gen Z and millennials experienced the most job loss, drawing from their savings to survive. Meanwhile, their wealthier peers tucked away excess cash.
65% of Gen Z surveyed thinks it's an employer's role to help them avoid the financial pitfalls of older generations. Only half of employers agree.
Most Gen Zers plan to quit their job in less than a year, per a new report by Lever. They'd rather reshuffle into a job with a sense of purpose.
One TikToker told Insider she created a website that generates automated emails to the tip line with random song lyrics.
Cora Delaney launched EYC in 2019 and already works with brands such as Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Apple.
Gen Z and millennials want flexibility, mental health benefits, and corporate social responsibility. BlackRock's Larry Fink says CEOs need to deliver.
Most young adults who moved back home during the pandemic are from high-income families. It's created a disparity among younger workers.
Very Peri and Orchid Flower are the colors of 2022. They embody "a sense of positivity," which experts hope signals a brighter economic outlook.
Jam Master Jay's daughter wakes up around 5:45 a.m. and takes six espresso shots. Later in the day, she takes two more.
Insider is creating a list to highlight the next generation of luxury — use this form to submit someone (or yourself) for consideration.
Holding work meetings in the metaverse is "the sort of thing only a computer scientist could love," a communications professor said.
Maddison Peel's TikTok of roasting a chicken to Cardi B's "WAP" allowed her to quit her job at McDonald's and become a full-time food influencer.
More than other generations, Gen Z is stressing about the pandemic's effects on their professional and social lives, per a new survey.
Cost of living has Americans itching to move to cheaper locales. Men mostly want to go to Miami, and women mostly want to go to Austin.
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