By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer The Gen Z picture is not pretty—or at least the picture painted by recent polling results isn't pretty. John Della Volpe of the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Polling shared the results of a new survey of Gen Z citizens (70 million, ages 15 to 25) this week. Their key concerns? Stopping school shootings (82%), environmental protections (72%), access to quality education (71%), and preserving individual rights (67%). But what caught my attention was that more than half of Generation Z members currently know someone battling depression and nearly a quarter have someone close to them dealing with opioid or…
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