As the school year comes to a close, 4.43 million college students will graduate and set their sights on starting their careers. Entering the working world is exciting, but it also comes with a new set of challenges, including navigating job boards, prepping for interviews, and evaluating if an employer and a job align with their personal values.
Employers vying for early-career talent face challenges, as well. Across industries, HR professionals are looking for the best ways to attract, engage, hire, and advance Gen Z talent, especially in this competitive labor market.
iCIMS recently conducted a survey to