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WorkingNation Jun 9
A global survey of 3,000+ members of (ages 16-25) across 11 countries reveals their expectations and preferences for the . Here are their 5 key priorities and recommendations to companies for how to respond.
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Sarah O'Donnell Jun 12
Really interesting discussion now on re and the type of working environments they are dictating for best promoting a collaborative workspace - - v aligned to our discussion yesterday!
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Clover Hogan Jun 11
Stoked to be joining 's roundtable on intergenerational equity & the challenges facing w/ enviro breakdown. At Force of Nature, we're researching the psychology of agency to develop a tool that helps young ppl realise their change-making potential (...)
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Camilla Wang Jun 16
still seems to be a synonym for "young" or "not middle-aged." But 38 y/o's and 18 y/o's today are from different eras. Time doesn't stop, we're not stuck in the 2000s and there's a NEW generation of young adults who were born in the late 90s-00s. We're , please.
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Jordan Evans Jun 15
Replying to @feedyouthmin
Strange. An article I read a few months ago said has the highest church attendance percentages than any previous generation, including Boomers. I know that doesn’t necessarily mean “religious,” but it means we have a phenomenal opportunity because they’re coming to us.
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Old World Blues 11h
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Noah Omoluabi 34m
To End Well, You Need A Father – But You Must Marry Johnson Suleman challenged his followers to take God at His words and to stop the lazy habit of waiting for God to bless them with some spiritual gifts before they will take up gospel duties.
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PeopleGuru Jun 12
What do we know about ?
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Jacob Van Meter Jun 16
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~patrik~ 11h
Ok I think I‘m an Ashley O stan omg what did the internet to me
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Jacob Van Meter 4h
is very diverse and they value differences. Appeal to diversity.
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✨Talysha✨ 10h
Replying to @talylouise
I mean life is pretty shitty and i like that they aren’t shying away from gritty subject matter...but skins did this but also put a spotlight on moments of joy that are also in life. Is it really all doom and gloom for ?
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Shishir Shelke Jun 15
Vivo Z1 Pro Unboxing & Hands On Review 🔥🔥| Beautiful Beast!! Watch Full Video here :
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Dandelion 10h
Young people are so obnoxious!
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Jacob Van Meter Jun 9
want to be unique. If your product can help them achieve that, Gen Z is a huge opportunity for you.
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Sara Marcucci Jun 14
That’s what happens when you are only able to think and write on paper. 🤦‍♀️ Still, you *can* see my laptop buried under those sheets somewhere. 🙃
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Jacob Van Meter Jun 16
A great way to build trust with is to entertain them through content.
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Jacob Van Meter 10h
Ads for will have to be much more focused on providing value than making a sale. The downside of this is running ads will be more expensive in the short term. But in the long run, the ROI of loyal customers will be high.
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Jacob Van Meter 11h
will force marketers to be empathetic and authentic. I think that's a good thing.
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B Squared Media 6h
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