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The pandemic changed the landscape for remote work, and Gen Z was the first generation to fully embrace remote positions as the norm. In fact, since much of their education was disrupted by the pandemic (which resulted in a largely virtual education environment for at least a few semesters), embracing remote work has been a natural transition for Gen Z to make.
As the world adjusts to a post-pandemic reality, many companies have found a happy medium in hybrid positions. With workers going into the office part-time and working from home part-time, recruiters and employers are wondering: what working environment
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