Millennial employees have been all the rage in recent history, but it's time for Generation Z to enter the workforce. Here are a few things employers should know about this group. (Photo: Shutterstock)

After years of research and reporting on millennials in the workforce, the next generation of employees have finally entered the office. Generation Z, those born between 1993 and 2010, have different and more pragmatic views on career and the workplace compared to millennials.

Related: Are you ready to employ Gen Z?

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