Interestingly it looks like Gen Z may be swinging back to the traditional Holy Grail of money, money, money. After adapting to Millennials; a generation that needed to feel they had a purpose Gen Z reverts and sees 'thriving and surviving' as more important than values and causes.
Will that make it easier for the Baby Boomers and Gen X who will be the main employers of Gen Z?
Just when you thought you figured out Millennials, Generation Z is now entering the workforce. A whopping 72.8 million individuals are included in this group born between the mid-1990s and the early 2000s. While we have learned how to create a culture where Millennials can thrive, what Generation Z needs can be quite different. Are you ready?Millennials primarily crave mattering and Generation Z crave safety first, mattering second. Millennials vs. Generation Z, research credit: https://www.shrm.org/ResourcesAndTools/hr-topics/behavioral-competencies/global-and-cultural-effectiveness/Pages/Move-over-Millennials-Generation-Z-Is-Here.asp