Happy Friday monkeys! I've been thinking more and more about the future of this country and while my generation (millenials) will definitely be a part of it, Gen Z is entering the workforce in big numbers. The first people to be born after 9/11 will be graduating college in just a couple of years and are likely part of the WSO population looking for internships and how to get ahead.
This thread is not about shitting on other generations, people have a bad habit of that, saying millenials all live in parents' basements, boomers are this or that, and Gen Z only exist online, are overly woke/triggered/anxious, whatever, but I don't buy that full stop.
So I'm asking you - what's it like to be Gen Z?
What differences do you notice between yourselves and other generations?
What do people get wrong about you and your peers?
How do you spend your free time?
What are you worried about?
What are you optimistic about?
What are you being taught in school that maybe prior generations weren't? I'm specifically thinking about cultural, technology, and financial things, though others could be interesting.
So please, share! I know your opinions will vary, I wanna hear em all.