Aged 13 to 20, they get all the latest trends from social media and find the morals of their elders out-of-date.
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Numbering around 2 billion, these youngsters, born after 1995 and unaware of a world without Internet, live a life that seems a million miles removed from the hopes, dreams and morals of previous generations.Here are a few of the habits of Generation Z:For this reason, they have become the ultimate "self-educators," learning how to use new stuff via self-help videos on YouTube.As for the web, violence, porn, they've already seen it all. Everyone surfs the web while watching TV and they think that everything is possible with technology.Generation Z at workThis is a generation that wants to create their own company – between 50 percent and 72 percent want to run their own startup. Generation ZThese are children of the crisis and it shows in their outlook.Given the same pay, 25 percent of the Generation Z in France would choose the most "fun" company, 22 percent the most innovative and 21 percent the most ethical.
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