Gen Z

Emojis: The new form of expression for young Indians

Emojis: The new form of expression for young Indians

About 80% of millennials and Gen Zies find hope in emoticons amid Covid-19 pandemic. Apparently, the one with laughing tears has topped t...Read More

7 in 10 Gen Z job applications rejected, cancelled during COVID Second Wave: LinkedIn

7 in 10 Gen Z job applications rejected, cancelled during COVID Second Wave: LinkedIn

On World Youth Skills Day 2021, LinkedIn, the world’s largest online professional network, has launched the ‘Career Aspirations Gen Z Ind...Read More

Most NextGen in India use music, podcasts to cut stress: Report

Most NextGen in India use music, podcasts to cut stress: Report

Podcasts on mental health witnessed the most impressive growth -- an increase of over 600 per cent among millennials and more than 900 pe...Read More

Is sex still a taboo for NextGen Indians?

Is sex still a taboo for NextGen Indians?

According to a study, around 50 per cent of Gen Z population in the country, shy away from talking about physical intimacy in a committed...Read More

Young Indian employees want four-day work week, reveals a report

Young Indian employees want four-day work week, reveals a report

Made up of millennials (born 1981 to 1996) and Generation Z (born after 1997) workers, the 'Born Digital' are the first generation to gro...Read More

Gen Z lacks confidence about personal finance, reveals a survey

Gen Z lacks confidence about personal finance, reveals a survey

The survey also shows that youngsters who belong to the aforesaid generation, turn to social media platforms to learn about managing and ...Read More

With Valentine's Day looming, Anisha Sengupta looks into 'what exactly is love'

With Valentine's Day looming, Anisha Sengupta looks into 'what exactly is love'

Valentine’s is just around the corner, one of the most awaited occasions for couples. The day to celebrate as well as indulge in this thi...Read More

Cleaning bathrooms not our cup of tea, say millennials...

Cleaning bathrooms not our cup of tea, say millennials...

...while Gen Z happens to end up doing the task on time every week

Study: Gen Z prefers Personal Computers to tablets

Study: Gen Z prefers Personal Computers to tablets

New Delhi: If you think smartphones we use are far more powerful than the personal computers (PCs), it's time you give it a second though...Read More

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