According to Jobstreet, the workforce will be predominated by Gen Z employees in less than 10 years. Here’s how to hire them and meet their needs so they’ll stay. 

Recent studies show that Gen Z and millennials currently make up around 38% of the global workforce and these numbers are expected to rise by 58% in 2030. Meanwhile, a separate study conducted by Jobstreet shows that 65% of Gen Zs are already currently employed with part-time or full-time jobs.

Gen Z is defined as the generation born between 1997 and 2012. And given how they will soon dominate the workforce, it takes a good understanding of what they want or need, as well as what pushes them to be dedicated to their craft. And that includes dealing with misconceptions like entitlement or being difficult to deal with, among others.

With that, the renowned job-seeking platform JobStreet conducted research to better understand this new generation of workers. Here’s what they found out. 

What Motivates Gen Z Employees

Jobstreet’s recent data shows that Gen Zs are digital natives who have a knack for innovation and change. They also tend to choose their workplace based on the company’s impact on society. Company values and political stances are just as important when it comes to deciding whether or not they should go into a certain company.

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