Digital Generation Digs Mail

Born between 1997 and 2012, Generation Z (Gen Z) is growing up with endless Internet connectivity and social media as a part of daily life. While this may suggest that Gen Zers are essentially “digital only,” it couldn’t be further from the truth. Despite — or perhaps because of — the pervasive availability of technology, Gen Z values and uses physical mail. What’s more, this generation perceives mail as special and meaningful.


Helping Bridge the Digital Divide

Even though the Internet has only been a part of our lives for a relatively short time, its transformative power is virtually unrivaled in modern history. It’s hard to imagine what life would be like without it.

Unfortunately, many Americans don’t have to imagine. According to the Federal Communications Commission, more than 18 million Americans don’t have access to high-speed Internet service. These “have-nots” constitute the so-called “digital divide” and are shut out of the myriad of economic, educational, and social benefits the Internet has to offer.



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Recent Comments

  • 23 min 24 sec ago
    For some reason the person who runs our route will just not come by for like two or three days and then deliver a bunch of mail at one time. I ship packages so our flag will stay up for those days...
  • 1 hour 47 sec ago
    I live up north in ME, I been down the New Hampshire in the past and its a very different place and hard to navigate most of the time, nice back roads for scenery I will say but goes off the mountain...

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