The 2024 Generational Snapshot of Gen Zers in the APAC region explores how young people today express their national identities while keeping a global mindset, assert their individuality in the workplace alongside AI, and look to markers from simpler times for stability and inspiration.
Remote work has spread over the last 10 years, allowing many professionals seeking flexibility and comfort to try working from anywhere. Known as digital nomads, remote workers who live in Southeast Asia (SEA) aim to earn the most they can while affording luxury where it’s much cheaper.
A mass exodus is underway in Nigeria as young people and those within the tech and creative fields attempt to escape an array of political, security, and economic problems at home. What exactly is driving the ‘japa’ phenomenon, and can anything be done to address the motivations of these emigrants?
In Brazil, smart tech is helping cities provide eco-friendly solutions to everyday issues, while digital developments within agriculture are similarly promoting sustainability in rural areas without affecting efficiency. How can the country’s efforts serve as an example for planet-first policies?
China’s top developers face scorn from the nation as they file for corporate default, leaving homeowners-to-be far from the promised land. As the Chinese youth are caught between a housing crisis and long-standing expectations of home ownership, they have resorted to living in ‘refined poverty.’
Ahead of the 2024 US Presidential Election, there’s an increasing tendency for older voters to lean towards the right. While there are also exceptions to the rule when it comes to Biden versus Trump and the social and economic landscape of the US today, what’s driving this Conservative shift?