The next generation is all ready to enter the workforce and unlike their millennial peers – this group of young professionals is more financially wary, independent-minded, and of course – tech-savvy.
Generation Z born between 1997 and 2012, has never seen a world without smartphones. They are also more inclined towards face-to-face communications, thanks to the popularity of video calling apps.
When it comes to financial understanding, the GenZ have parents who faced a great economical downfall during the Great Recession of 2008. In fact, the median net worth of GenZ parents fell by around 45% during the crisis and thus – gave GenZ a better value of money. They are also more hardworking with an innovative mindset that can be an asset to any organization they join.
Equipped with the latest technology and tactics, Generation Z will offer many benefits to your workplace. But in return, they also expect their employers to offer them an environment to thrive.
Infographic by: Fundera