Generation Z — those born from 1995 on — is on the horizon. One study looks at what you should know about the soon-to-be employees. (Photo: iStock)

The youth of today will make for more educated and healthy adults than older generations, a new study suggests.

For starters, members of Generation Z — those born from 1995 on — are less likely to drop out of high school than millennials, according to research conducted by the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation. The rate of kids who didn’t graduate from high school on time declined by 28 percent between 2008 and 2014, it found.

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