We proudly present: Gen Z – just under two billion young people worldwide, born between the late nineties and today. Since around 2011, they have been gradually entering the labour market, where they come into contact with colleagues and managers from the Baby Boomer, Gen X and Y generations:
- Baby Boomers: from around 1946 to around 1964
- Gen X: from around 1965 to around 1979
- Gen Y / Millennials: from around 1980 to around 1998
- Gen Z: from around 1995 until today
From 2020, Gen Z will account for approximately 35 percent of all employees. Its members are already causing waves with managers and colleagues, due to the typical differences that naturally occur from one generation to the next.