For the past several years, the world has been focused on understanding and adapting to Millennials, the largest and most educated generation in history. Born between 1981 and the mid-1990s, this group has inspired important dialogues about generational differences and challenged all industries to evolve to meet their needs. But things seem to change drastically as we enter a generation shift. As of the present, Generation Z has emerged as a population increasingly worthy of attention, especially now as its older members enter young adulthood. As of the year 2026, it is going to constitute the largest population bracket in India.
They are also digital natives who have little or no memory of the world as it existed before smartphones. These technological advancements have had both positive and negative effects on Gen Z. On the plus side: an abundance of information is at their fingertips, allowing them to broaden their knowledge and be proactive in their learning. On the other hand, too much screen time and dependence on tech lead to underdeveloped physical and social skills. Along with the generation, we also see a major shift in how we consume technology. As the world progresses from web2.0 to web3.0, we see big changes like blockchain and cryptocurrency becoming the new normal. With the introduction to Metaverse, we can expect the population to delve into virtual reality and adapt quickly to this new life.
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