Why Our Generation Is Hooked on “Failure TV”

In the first two episodes of Euphoria , Zendaya’s character, a 17-year-old addict named Rue, gets out of rehab and promptly relapses. Tortured and two-faced, she swings from being a loving big sister and sex-positive feminist to screaming at her supportive best friend and tussling with her widowed mom.

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Sorry, Millennials: Gen Z Is Now Amazon’s Prime Day Target

Millennials may have killed Amazon’s interest in them. That’s mostly in jest, of course, but as younger consumers start to leave the proverbial nest and/or expand their spending power, Amazon seems eager to make sure Gen Z knows the benefits of Prime membership this Prime Day in particular.

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When Employees See This, Their Motivation Improves

Lead When Employees See This, Their Motivation Improves When employees (especially Generation Z workers) can identify the beneficiaries of their labor, engagement and motivation follow. Getty Images Gen Z college graduates are  2.5 times more likely to stay with their employer  for five or more years if they feel their skills are fully utilized with challenging, meaningful work.

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