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Generation Alpha (Tech native)

WHAT'S NEXT?: Generation Alpha will be a generation that only knows a world living in real-time. There will be more than 2 billion Alphas by 2025.

  • Generation Alpha, today's babies still unborn until the year 2025, is actually going to be smaller than Generation Z. McKinsey & Company
  • The way mainstream media report on natural disasters and severe weather events is likely to present an opportunity for catastrophe bond fund managers to generate alpha over the coming years. - The Catastrophe Bond, Insurance Linked Securities & Investment, Reinsurance Capital, Alternative Risk Transfer and Weather Risk Management site
  • Generation Alpha was expected to come to just over two billion people by 2025. Natural Resource
  • Fintech is going to be the key disruptor for Emerging Market financial services in 2021 and beyond, with financial technology presenting compelling long-term opportunities to generate alpha, due to factors such as digital innovation, Covid-19 and more. The Fintech Times
  • Generation Alpha, born between 2010 and 2024, are the most globally connected generation of children ever and will become the largest generation in history.
  • Digital experience and values are two factors that will make or break brands in 2021 and beyond. ClickZ
  • Companies will have to engage more with topics like mental health, inclusivity, and social justice, or face becoming irrelevant and potentially obsolete in 2021. Wirtek
  • By 2030, generation Alpha (born between 2010-2024) will represent roughly 11% of the workforce. //
  • Children born between 2010 and 2025, known as Generation Alpha, will grow up never having known a world without digital devices. Be Open Future
  • By 2025 - when one age group gives way to another - Generation Alpha will be nearly 2 billion members strong across the globe. The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • 2.5 million Generation Alphas are born globally every week and will account for about two-billion of the global population by 2025. World Bank
  • Countries who have experienced less development until recently will naturally experience a more pronounced generation gap with Alpha. Business Insider
  • India and China will become the center of gravity. Business Insider
  • India could surpass China as the most populous country in the world. Business Insider
  • Shifts in global population will affect Generation Alpha's experience. Business Insider
  • Generation Alpha is expected to reach two billion by 2025. Wikipedia
  • Automation and artificial intelligence will result in at least 54 per cent of all employees globally requiring significant reskilling and upskilling by 2022. Knight Frank
  • 95% of the 1.4 million American workers expected to be displaced out of their roles in the next decade can be reskilled into new jobs with higher wages at a cost of $34 billion. Resourcing Edge
  • By next year, projections show that 43 percent of the U.S. workforce will participate in the gig economy, with no signs of slowing down.
  • The private sector could reskill 25% of U.S. workers in disrupted jobs with an overall investment of $4.7 billion - and still reap a positive cost-benefit balance. World At Work

Last updated: 03 December 2021