How to Recruit (and Retain) the Gen Z Worker 

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As more of Gen Z — the oldest of whom turn 29 in 2024 — ages into the workforce, it is becoming increasingly important for recruitment and HR professionals to consider this generation’s needs when working to attract talent.  

Gen Z shares many worries and expectations with millennials, with a few key differences. For example, Gen Z pushes harder for the workplace support that millennials knew was lacking but made little action towards pre-pandemic. This makes recruiting Gen Z a fresh challenge that will force the HR and recruitment industries to rethink how they attract and grow talent. 

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