: a person born in the late 1990s or the early 2000s : a member of Generation Z
Moreover, if there were any generation that would deserve criticism the least, it's this particular up-and-coming generation. Gen Z, also known as Zoomers, are doing better than previous generations by a number of objective metrics.—Kristen Mae Zoomers represented 16% of apartment applications in 2019, but last year accounted for 22% of applications. … Millennials still dominate with just under half of rental applications, but over time their dominance will wane as that of Zoomers grows.—Aldo Svaldi Support for LGBTQ rights has exploded during the course of zoomers' lives, which may explain why more young adults are willing to be open about who they are.—Carter Sherman Not exactly the kind of project one expects to inspire the latest viral stunt on TikTok, the video-sharing app and present obsession of Zoomers worldwide.—Meaghan Garvey
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