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They’re the Class of 2019. A generation one million larger than Millennials. This year, Gen Z will enter the workforce in huge numbers, and employers are on board.
Employers plan to increase their U.S. college hiring by nearly 17% this year. What does that mean for you, campus recruiter? You’re up against extreme competition for the student candidates you want to hire. Give yourself the advantage by getting top college recruits in front on your hiring managers faster, with these technology-driven college grad... read more
Just when you’ve got a handle on a hiring process that speaks to Millennials, it’s time to revisit your perceptions and expectations about the modern candidate. In 2018, the youngest candidates to enter the workforce (ages 18 to 22) will be part of Gen Z, a cohort that represents 25% of the U.S. population. Gen Z... read more