Becker's Healthcare April 18, 2024
Claire Wallace

As the U.S. workforce becomes younger, new generations will bring new priorities to the traditional office setting.

Gen Z often prioritizes different experiences, and different perks, when it comes to jobs.

Here are eight ways that Gen Z could alter the U.S. workforce, per a Feb. 14 Stanford Report report based on an interview with former Stanford senior research scholar Roberta Katz:

1. Gen Z has grown up in a world of rapid technology expansion, and they expect rapid and ongoing change in the workforce. Gen Z is flexible and resilient and often questions the way things are traditionally done.

2. Gen Z is more pragmatic and has a sense of self-agency. They readily seek out...

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