75% of Gen Z Think Job Search and Placement Process is Outdated

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Three-quarters of Gen Z candidates have dropped out of a job application they were interested in because of poor hiring processes, according to a new survey from Bullhorn.

With employers struggling to fill soaring job vacancies, and Gen Z employees forecast to comprise 27 percent of the global labor force by 2025, the findings are both timely and significant.

The most common reason cited for giving up on a potential job application was receiving a better opportunity while waiting for the other hiring process to finish (31 percent). This was followed by a general lack of communication from the recruiter

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