How Generation Z Uses Technology and Social Media

 
According to Pew Research, only 14 percent of U.S. adults had access to the Internet in 1995. By 2014 that number was 87 percent. Generation Z grew up during the most accelerated and game-changing periods of technological advancements in human history.
 
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Generation Z doesn’t know a world where a smart device has been outside of arm’s reach. In fact, Generation Z spends an average of 3 hours 38 minutes online on smartphones, almost 50 minutes longer than the average Internet user.
 
Having 24/7 access to the world’s information via a super computer in their pocket has rewired how Generation Z problem-solves, networks, communicates, learns, buys, and ultimately how they will show up in the workplace.
 
20 Insights into How Generation Z Uses Technology and Social Media
 
How Generation Z Uses Technology: They are early mobile adopters, native to messaging, expect ubiquitous connectivity, seek on-demand content, and prioritize gaming.
 
How Generation Z Uses Social Media: They are authentic story seekers, fearful of missing out (FOMO), and video-centric.


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