I Love My Job…But I Have to Quit: How to Retain Your Gen Z Workforce

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The youngest segment of our workforce is in a tough spot. They entered the workforce (many with college loans) during a time of rising inflation and housing costs. It is no surprise that Gen Z (Ages 18-26) is facing ever-growing mounting debt. Between 2021-2023, research shows that Gen Zers saw their overall debt burden rise 179%, the biggest change of any generation during that period. By way of comparison, Millennials saw a rise of only 88% during the same period.

According to EY’s Gen Z Segmentation study, more than half of Gen Z workers (52%) say they are concerned about

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