From #FOMO to #JOMO
For many, social media can present envy-induced anxiety often referred to as FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). Discover why some are opting out of jam-packed weekends for a quieter experience or JOMO (Joy of Missing Out).
Do you want to get to know the youngest generation, Gen Edge? Brush up on your screen presence because this digital generation prefers communicating via Skype and learning via YouTube. It won’t be long before this generation is a key part of your practice.
Generation Edgers are unlike any generation before them. As this pragmatic group comes of age, they are already thinking about their financial standing and looking for education when it comes to saving and investing.
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