Millennials are well aware of the dilemma of deciding whether “Sincerely yours,” or “Yours truly” is the best way to sign off an email. One seems a bit desperate, almost (ironically) insincere; the other seems too impersonal, perhaps not showing enough interest. Regardless, presenting yourself as a professional has always been the goal. Gen Z is not feeling that. For one, they’re not even into email as much as older generations, opting for Google docs, Zoom or iMessage instead. When they do turn to Gmail for correspondence, Gen Z is not at all bashful about keeping things lighthearted and fun, using sign offs such as “Hasta la pasta,” “Hehehe, bye” or leaving the choice entirely to the recipient with, “Insert pleasantry here.” While millennials may find this to be shocking, even off-putting initially, as more and more Gen Z-ers enter the job market, it's only a matter of time before they loosen up also. "I think some of the funny ones like 'Hasta la pasta' and 'Please hesitate to call' are OK," says Yasmine Perez, an NYC-based, 28-year-old graphic designer. "They sort of break up the monotony of work life in a weird way. The harsher ones though, should be reserved for like your work bestie or something. It'd be crazy to send that to a client."