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Our Z Generation: Perspectives and Expectations | Uhdr ...

Our Z Generation: Perspectives and Expectations | Uhdr ... | Gen Z | Scoop.it
“Let's prepare our children for their future,. and not for coping with our past”. by: Bertan Gülkok. Michel de Kemmeter. Grez-Doiceau, july 2013 - for UHDR UniverseCity. Introduction and basics. désillusion.
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Jobs in the Future - The Career Path of Generation Y & Z | Wagepoint.com

Jobs in the Future - The Career Path of Generation Y & Z | Wagepoint.com | Gen Z | Scoop.it

Ever catch yourself wondering what jobs in the future are going to be like for your kids?

 

Ten years ago, people didn’t work as social media managers or UX designers, but sure enough these jobs exist today. With technology advancing at a breakneck speed every year, we presume that the job market is going to look drastically different ten  years from now.

 

This infographic looks at the past, present and future career paths of Gen Y’ers and Gen Z’ers, particularly looking at the skills you need and types of jobs in the future.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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5 Simple Ways To Get Started With Technology In The Classroom

5 Simple Ways To Get Started With Technology In The Classroom | Gen Z | Scoop.it

"Generation Z, the pluralists or whatever the next generation is to be called will be the first to grow up in a world immersed in digital technologies and most notably, social media. As such, it’s never too early for educators to get their foot in the door and promote better engagement in the classroom by using these exciting new channels... In this guide, we’ll explore some of the innovative ways you can use social media in the classroom and hopefully provide some inspiration along the way."


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