How to Tailor Your Recruiting Strategy to Gen Z Applicants

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Most researchers consider the Generation Z workforce to include people born between 1996 and 2010. People from this generation have some broad expectations about their workplaces and jobs, including: 

Fair pay and benefits Mental health support A good work-life balance Excellent flexibility Digital-first roles Diverse workplaces

Additionally, people from Generation Z have some behavioral traits and attitudes relevant to recruiters, such as: 

Prone to anxiety Likely to leave unsatisfying jobs Less tolerant of authority Appreciative of flexibility Love interesting work Ready to embrace change Want empathy from bosses More pessimistic than previous generations

How can you

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