Report: Gen Z contributing to growth in consumer credit market

GENERATION Z, classified as those born since 1995, is beginning to make its presence felt in the nation’s credit market. Pictured, with teacher Marcy Reyes, standing, are Gen Z students at Central High School in Providence, from left: Osury Aponte, Sita Traore, Daniel Gonzalez, and Ashley Ortiz. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Gen Z, the generation born since 1995, increasingly took part in the consumer credit market in the first half of this year, according to a new market report. The “Q2 2019 Industry Insights Report” from Chicago-based consumer research firm TransUnion found that growth in the nation’s credit market is coming from the entire…

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