Differences and similarities between Generation Z’s and Millennials on Coast Live

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HAMPTON ROADS, Va - Generation Z’s and Millennials may be close in age, but there's a noticeable divide on how each group thinks and views the world – everything from how they want to learn to how they perceive relationships.

New research conducted by Pearson and The Harris Poll sheds light on the differences and similarities between the two. One of the key findings – how technology has raised the stakes on almost every aspect of their lives.

Joining us to talk about the results are parenting expert Stacy Skelly and Asha Choksi, vice president of global research and insights at Pearson.

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