Two thirds of Gen Z decide on a prospective employer in under 5 minutes

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More than two thirds (65%) of Generation Z decide whether they’d like to work for a company within five minutes – according to new research.

Posted inNews archiveon12 Sep 2017

The study, conducted by Powwownow, found that one in five base this judgement on the company’s job advertisement, and a further 19% make their decision after looking at the company’s website. Nearly half (45%) decide before even reaching the interview stage.

The survey of 1,000 18 – 23-year olds also found that men are most likely to make a decision about a potential employer when looking at the initial job description,

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