Asked how they would judge career success, 44 percent said it’s the amount of money they make, while 35 percent said it’s how quickly they’ll advance up the ladder. (Photo: iStock)

After years of intense focus on millennials, attention is beginning to shift to Generation Z or iGen, the group of people who are just now entering the workforce in the early 20’s.

Like their millennial predecessors, Generation Zers are presumed to be exceedingly comfortable with technology and interested in flexible, fun work. However, also like millennials, young people today are not necessarily willing to dismiss conventional employment concerns –– job stability, benefits, good pay –– in favor of flexibility.

Jack Craver



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