What Gen Z Wants from Employers

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Recent college graduates are entering a job market of immense opportunity, with 11.5 million U.S. job openings and more than half of employers increasing entry-level hiring compared 2021, according to new iCIMS research. Gen Z candidates have new – and differing – expectations for the workplace than their predecessors. Where, how and why they work matters, as well as the mental support they get. They want virtual reality workplaces and cryptocurrency compensation options. Are their expectations too idealistic, or are companies too outdated?

iCIMS today published its seventh annual “Class of” report to understand the career expectations and aspirations of the latest entrants to

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