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GEN Z 2025
The time Gen Z invests in their world needs to
count for something. When it comes to work,
they don’t just want jobs, they want jobs that
matter. Ones that give them the flexibility to
pursue their passions and help them secure a
foundation for the future.
2014, less than 35% of teens were employed
in July, compared to 55% in the 70s, 80s, and
early 90s, according to Census Data. Because
ice cream won’t help them get a leg up on
college admissions.
They care about moving forward, and ultimately
doing jobs that matter in the world: 60% say
they want to have an impact on the world with
their work (Intern Sushi/CAA).
ME IS WE
2014
TEENS WORKING IN JULY
70s, 80s, 90s
35% 55%
That may mean they’re spending less time
doing so-called grunt work, the kind previously
reserved for teens. Kids today are less likely to
work summer jobs, doing things like selling ice
cream, than they were in previous decades. In
The currency of time
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