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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.

  • 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. Artemis.bm - 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. BigMarker.com
  • 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. //www.investmentweek.co.uk/
  • 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. www.SecurityInfoWatch.com
  • 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
  • With rapid technological change driving the onset of the fourth industrial revolution, demand for digital skills training is booming, particularly in Africa, where more than 200 million jobs will require new skillsets by 2030. Skift

Last updated: 17 September 2021


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