Gen Z

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Gen Z and Education Pathways in US – Most prefer learning hands-on skills either in a lab/classroom or through on-the-job experiences

ECMC Group has released the latest data from its multi-year Question the Quo Education Pulse study of Gen Z teens. The latest findings point to a possible “new normal” for education that requires shorter, less expensive, more direct-to-career pathways in high-demand industries. This report highlights these findings as well as the trends uncovered in five … Continue reading

Gen Z – 16 Key Stats

Guess post by Meredith Wood – Millennials, once the newcomers on the job market scene, now make up nearly half of the workforce. This generation brought with them work from home options, business-casual dress codes, and the rise of workplace instant-messaging. Once unheard of, these attributes are now the necessities of a modern forward-thinking office. Many … Continue reading

Gen Z – Managing them

Millennials are no longer the new kids on the block. The oldest members of this often-analyzed, and sometimes fretted about, generation of workers are now in their mid-30s, and have successfully integrated into the workforce. But just as we’ve all learned to work together, there’s a new generation coming of age. Meet Generation Z — … Continue reading

Gen Z in US – New college graduates wanting to work for large companies

As the first crop of Gen Z talent joins the future workforce, new grads hold traditional work values with a digital spin. For the first time in years, there is an uptick in the number of new college graduates wanting to work for large companies. They are willing to commit and ready to roll up … Continue reading

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