Generation Z Are Not the New Millennials: How to Train Them

The first wave of Generation Z (born between 1995 and 2012) — also known as the iGen, Gen Tech, Gen Wii, Net Gen, Digital Natives, and Plurals — is entering the workforce, making them the youngest group behind Millennials to join your organization. According to research from Bloomberg, Generation Z will surpass their well-known predecessors by the end of this year as the most populous generation. In other words, of the 7.7 billion people living on the planet, 32% of them will be part of Gen Z. There are currently 61 million in the U.S. alone! Is your training organization prepared to meet the needs of this newest generation?

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