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The Future Workforce: How to Attract Gen Z Talent

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The Future Workforce: How to Attract Gen Z Talent - Undercover Recruiter

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By the year 2030, the number of Gen Z employees globally is expected to triple, meaning that those born between 1995 and 2015 will soon make up as much as 30 percent of the workforce worldwide.

Our data also suggests that two-fifths would be willing to accept a pay cut of up to 5% of their salary for a role that offers better career growth.

Our recent Workplace Learning Report found that 76% of Gen Z employees cite learning as the key to a successful career.


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Category: Careers

Topics: Talent Acquisition LinkedIn Gen Z Adam hawkins Talent attraction

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Published On: 2022-07-05, 17:22:40

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