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  • [New] Digital natives (people born between 1980 and 2012, including members of Generation Z and millennials) are expected to account for 40 to 50% of Asia's consumption by 2030. McKinsey & Company
  • [New] The addition of Millennial's Pastos Grandes lithium brine project in Argentina provides an attractive regional growth opportunity in proximity to its Cauchari-Olaroz project, with the potential to extract significant synergies.
  • [New] The addition of Millennial's Pastos Grandes lithium brine project in Salta province provides an attractive regional growth opportunity in proximity to Cauchari-Olaroz with the potential for Lithium Americas to extract significant synergies. Lithium Americas
  • [New] By 2025, when millennials represent 75% of the workforce, firms will need to be positioned to satisfy the needs of a new generation of business owners. AccountingWEB
  • [New] In proximity to Cauchari-Olaroz, Millennial's 100 %-owned Pastos Grandes lithium brine project represents an attractive regional growth opportunity for Lithium Americas. Lithium Americas
  • [New] Millennials and Gen Z will account for 75% of the workforce by 2025, indicating the limitless opportunities associated with the gig economy.
  • [New] A majority of millennial and Gen Z consumers indicated that they plan to spend more on secondhand apparel in the next five years than in any other retail category, a sentiment expressed by 42% of consumers overall. The Guardian
  • [New] Gen Z are expected to have more buying power than Millennials and Baby Boomers combined within a decade, but a lack of financial experience amidst a prevalence of self-service options could impede their progress. Default
  • [New] Despite the shipping delays, a lot of 2021's holiday shopping will also take place online-38% of Gen Z and Millennials say they will not even step foot in a physical store in 2021. YPulse
  • [New] So-called digital natives, the millennials and members of Generation Z born between 1980 and 2012, already account for over one-third of Asia's consumption, and that share is expected to increase to 40% by 2030. McKinsey & Company
  • While Canadian investors are saving 16% of their current income for retirement, 27% believe they will not have enough to retire comfortably, including 48% of millennials and 36% of Generation X. Financial Post
  • Within the next five years, Millennials and Gen Z-ers will make up most of the workforce. Financial Director
  • As millennial workers approach open enrollment, two-thirds said 2021's open enrollment is more important than last year's, and 2 in 3 said they plan to elect new benefits in 2021, compared with one in three baby boomers. ThinkAdvisor
  • Millennials and Gen Z are not the first generations to face the potential of imminent, catastrophic, irreversible change to the world they will inherit. The Atlantic
  • As millennials and Gen Zs continue to take over the global workforce, it's now more important than ever for businesses to keep up with modern trends, as well as digitize their processes so that they will not fall behind. Recruitday
  • Millennials may be the largest generation right now, but with Gen Z set to become the most populous generation, they will one day dominate a workforce that's going to look a lot different - until Generation C comes along and scares them, too. Ajansev
  • Over the next 10 years, economic, financial, and political power will shift more and more to Millennials and Gen Z who will need to support an increasingly aging population. NielsenIQ
  • Hayek adds that by 2030, the spending power of Gen Z in the US will surpass the spending power of millennials and boomers. Vogue Business
  • Millennials are poised to inherit trillions of euros in the coming decades, which will only increase their earning power, spending power and influence even more. VIAINVEST blog
  • As the world of finance continues to evolve, banks, credit unions and fintechs are working to build sustainable solutions that will connect with millennials, Gen Z and baby boomers. The Fintech Times
  • As millennials who are more likely to seek responsible investment options, become the major beneficiaries of the largest intergenerational transfer of wealth - an estimated $30 trillion in the next few years - we can expect both retail and institutional investors to continue to pile into ESG. London Business News |

Last updated: 05 December 2021