Here's some news that may make you feel old. Very old. For in fact, "Gen Z will comprise 32 percent of the global population of 7.7 billion in 2019, nudging ahead of millennials, who will account for
a 31.5 percent share," according to Bloomberg
data. While the generation soon to take over the world sounds nicer than millennials -- at least, less self-centered, according to this post --
the change "presents new challenges to educators, event planners, luxury brands and even golfers -- a game where the average age of U.S. participants now exceeds 50." But it's good for "delivery
services, gadget makers and the so-called gig economy."
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