Best New Ideas in Money: Gen Z struggles as it enters the workforce during COVID, and with student debt at historic levels


The pandemic upended work life for most people, but for those in Gen Z who graduated from college during COVID, it might have changed the most. Some of those graduates have only ever experienced remote work, and others had a year or two in the office before work life was turned upside down.

Anyone born between 1997 and 2012 is part of the Gen Z generation, according to the Pew Research Center. Zoomers, as they’re sometimes called, are under unique pressures as they enter the workforce.


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