The oldest members of Gen Z are watching the coronavirus pandemic foil their future plans.
High school seniors’ dreams of the traditional college experience have been erased as they’re left questioning if they’ll even enroll this year at all. Meanwhile, college seniors are walking into a paralyzed economy racked with more than 33 million unemployment claims.
Are they at risk of becoming the next lost generation?
Business Insider spoke with a dozen 2020 graduates and half as many researchers and educational experts on how Gen Z is adapting to this year’s brutal transformation of education and the economy, and how it could reshape the still-youthful generation.
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Source:: Business Insider