Category Archives: Gen-Z

What I’ve learned about the new era of communication from my Gen Z kids

By Melanie Gaboriault December 11, 2022 When I picked up my 15-year-old daughter from an event recently, I overheard her, as she said goodbye to someone she’d just met, ask them: “Hey, what’s your Snap handle?”  At that moment, I couldn’t help but remember the days when I would scribble down friends’ home phone numbers … Continue reading What I’ve learned about the new era of communication from my Gen Z kids

From the ashes of COVID school closures, this Gen Z CEO built a thriving student-loan app

  By Shalene Gupta December 17, 2022 As a junior at Stanford, Harrison Hochman was sent home because of COVID. Many of his friends were scrambling to pay tuition because their family’s incomes had taken a hit. Yet it was easier to book a plane ticket home than to find a private loan. Hochman and … Continue reading From the ashes of COVID school closures, this Gen Z CEO built a thriving student-loan app

From Gen Z to baby boomers, here’s how employees describe their coworkers from different generations

  By Shalene Gupta November 01, 2022 Pundits go back and forth over the differences between generations. On the one hand, each generation is shaped by the time and events they live in. On the other hand, aren’t we all human and similar at heart? So instead of fighting over generational differences, why not unite … Continue reading From Gen Z to baby boomers, here’s how employees describe their coworkers from different generations

Gen Z employees have become the default office tech support—and they’re not happy about it

  By Grace Buono   July 05, 2022 Lost files, computer viruses, outdated software: Tech malfunctions are nothing new in the workplace, and almost half of working America reports that they seek out coworkers at least once a day for tech assistance. While computer struggles may feel universal, troubleshooting tech issues is far from a … Continue reading Gen Z employees have become the default office tech support—and they’re not happy about it

This Gen Z-founded period brand is building a community around sustainable, inclusive menstrual care

By Rachel Kim Raczka February 09, 2022 Nadya Okamoto wants to make your period better. Well, better for you, and better for the environment.   On average, Global Citizen estimates that menstrual products can sit in landfills for 500 to 800 years before they fully decompose, to say nothing of the single-use plastic applicators. August, … Continue reading This Gen Z-founded period brand is building a community around sustainable, inclusive menstrual care