Gen Z is the generation born between the mid 90s and the early 2010s. This generation is often characterized as one that prioritizes mental health and personal growth. They are also more likely to switch jobs to find positions that better align with their values. The oldest members of this age group are now entering the workforce, and are seeking jobs that allow them to maintain their work-life balance.
Work-life balance refers to the concept of achieving a healthy, sustainable balance between one’s career and personal life. Employers can play an important role in supporting a work-life balance, and this may be essential for attracting and retaining a Gen Z workforce.
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