by Deep Patel
Originally published: September 21, 2017
Generation Z is comprised of those born between 1995 and 2010, which means that the oldest are about 22 and are just entering the workforce.
The media has focused a lot on millennials in recent years, but it’s time to turn some of the attention to the millennials’ future co-workers. Gen Zers have a lot in common with millennials, but there are also many ways in which the two generations differ.
1. Gen Z Is Motivated By Security
These young people were still kids during the Great Recession, which means that they may have seen their parents take huge financial hits. A significant portion of their lives may have been defined by struggles related to that.