Tagged With Gen Z

Millennials and Gen Z are fleeing cities and buying up homes in the suburbs amid the coronavirus pandemic


Gen Z's surging economic power will permanently change the investing landscape over the next decade, Bank of America says


A ton of industries are selling things Gen Z doesn't care about, like alcohol, razorblades, and even cars



Gen Z is set to take over the economy in a decade, despite potentially losing $10 trillion in earnings because of the pandemic


2020 may have finally captured the elusive youth turnout — and the momentum could keep going


After my videos went viral on TikTok, I started teaching Gen Zers how to skateboard. My classes sometimes start at 5 a.m. and my waitlist keeps growing.



The inclusive underwear brand Parade is beloved by Gen Z and received $8 million in funding in its first year. Here's how its 23-year-old founder convinced investors from Warby Parker and Bonobos to go all in.


Teens are obsessed with Shein, a Chinese fast-fashion retailer that has more than 13 million Instagram followers and no store footprint


10 Airbnbs students are looking to rent with friends so they can learn virtually in scenic places


New research found that millennials and Gen Z are more likely to take an interest in their finances, thanks in part to the ‘gamification’ of budgeting apps


'It's a low bar to be not Donald Trump': Young Democratic activists explain the vision of the future driving first-time voters to the polls


CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: We're looking for young power players in the luxury industry



'We need to appeal to the Gen Z-ers': A Fidelity fund manager overseeing $230 billion explains how his firm is responding to the Robinhood revolution — and laments selling out of Tesla


How a 22-year-old Swarovski crystal heiress launched a luxury handbag brand that counts the Queen of the Netherlands among its elite clientele


People are gobbling up USPS merch, hoping capitalism will help save the democracy. Spoiler alert: It won't.


9 ways to make money as a teenager, from part-time jobs to online work



Gen Z and millennial investors are taking more and more risks as trading activity surges, E-Trade says


One chart shows just how badly young adults are getting slammed by the coronavirus recession


Young adults can't stop partying during the pandemic because they're wired that way


Over 2 million Gen Zers have moved back in with family in the wake of the coronavirus