The Differences Between Gen Z and Millennials in the Workplace

Just when you thought you were starting to get Generation Y (Gen Y, or “Millennials”) down, in walks Generation Z (or Gen Z). Gen Z, also known as “Post-Millennials” and the “iGeneration,” is the next group of young employees to enter the workforce. There are no precise dates for when Gen Z starts or ends, but demographers typically start using birth years that range from mid-1990s to early 2000s.

So, what’s the difference between the two? Let’s break down the similarities and the differences of these younger generations in the modern workforce:

So, how are they similar?

Both prefer a corporate office

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