Generation Z has only recently entered the workforce, creating a wave of interest in what makes them different from previous generations. Defined as individuals born after 1996 (or around then. There’s no official start to generational labeling), Generation Z is poised to disrupt the workforce with the sheer size of their numbers, their reliance on social media for just about everything, and their preference for entrepreneurial work experiences.
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