Gen Z hasn’t really entered the workforce yet, but they might give it a boost when they do.
Today’s teens — or the generation after millennials — seem to be more traditional in their workplace priorities and more focused on a job itself, rather than work-life balance, according to a new survey from the jobs site Monster.
Gen Z’s three most important priorities in any job are health insurance, a competitive salary and a boss they respect, the survey found.
Millennials instead value health insurance, paid time off and work-life balance.
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The youngsters also appear more motivated by money. Fifty-eight percent of Gen Z survey respondents were willing to work nights and weekends for a better salary, compared to 35 percent of millennials. Read more…