The report was based on data from a survey of 770 members of Generation Z living in the United States.
Some 28% of respondents say balancing work and personal obligations is their top future career concern.
Making enough money is the next biggest concern (26% cite), followed by finding a stable job (23%).
Other key findings from the report:
- 77% of respondents say they will need to work harder than earlier generations to have a satisfying and fulfilling professional life.
- 41% say midsize organizations are the ideal work environment, followed by large organizations (38%); only 14% say startups are the ideal environment.
- Face-to-face interaction is the communication method of choice for 74% of respondents.
- Honesty/integrity is the top quality sought in a boss (cited by 38% of respondents); mentoring ability is second (21%).
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About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 770 members of Generation Z living in the United States.
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