Generation Z may not want to work for you.
Try not to take it personally. Gen Z may not want to work for anyone. But that doesn’t mean they don’t want to work. They’re just off starting their own businesses. According to LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence survey, which surveyed 21,637 randomly chosen LinkedIn members between December 4, 2021 and January 28, 2022, “25% of Gen Z respondents say they hope or plan to leave their current employers within the next six months.”
For older generations, these career choices may be hard to understand. We were told that the most proven path to success was to get in early, work hard, and climb the corporate ladder. But for Gen Z, this traditional career path is missing a crucial element: purpose.
AND FOR THIS NEW GENERATION OF WORKERS, PURPOSE IS EVERYTHING.
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