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When asked about the type of work environment that was most important, Gen Zers indicated “a desire to work in a stable, predictable environment with a reliable company.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

Good news for employers: Gen Zers might be more “tenure-oriented” than job-hopping millennials – but to keep them, employers will need to meet their “overall expectations for quality of life in the workplace,” according to Sodexo’s white paper, “Guiding Gen Z from Campus to Corporate Life: What College and University Administrators and Talent Recruiters Need to Know.”

Initial engagement studies on individuals born after 1994 just entering the workforce are mixed, with one study finding the majority are willing to stay with a company for more than 10 years, while another study finding that a majority think three years or less is an appropriate length of time to spend in a first job.

Katie Kuehner-Hebert

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