Gen Z turns to TikTok for financial advice
Young Brits are turning to TikTok for financial information, with many of them believing that influencers on the app provide better advice than traditional media.
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Gen Z Looks To Youtube and TikTok For Financial Guidance
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BEWARE Of This Bad TikTok Money Advice [Financial Planner Reacts]
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Millennials, Gen Z turn to TikTok for financial advice
With more than 100 million monthly users in the United States alone, the social media app TikTok proves to be a never-ending rabbit hole of 15-second videos. Videos that, if nothing else, proved during the worst of the pandemic that most of us just can’t dance.
But before you dismiss an entire generation of kids — Moji Igun of Seattle is about to make a bold claim.
“I was able to leave my job and start a business without having any financial stress – I was prepared, set up and ready to go. It was an easy switch,” Igun said.
Igun said that social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram introduced her to personal finance in a new way. Bite-sized content that, for the first time, made the lessons stick.