Generation Z, also known as Post-Millennials, the iGeneration and the Plurals, is still coming of age, but they’re already facing plenty of challenges. Many are growing up in a post-recession climate marked by fragile family finances and the looming cost of college in their future. Like millennials, they are digital natives, but, if it’s possible, they like mobile technology and devices even more. At the same time that they’re glued to their phones and tablets, they also value privacy. Nomadic by nature, they prefer new experiences to material goods. If current data is any indication, they will work 17 jobs, have five different careers and live in 15 homes over the course of their lifetimes.