According to The Huffington Post, Generation Z consist of people born in or after 1995. Gen. Z-ers make up about a quarter of the US population. By 2020, they will account for a third of the population.
Gen. Z’s large numbers mean recruiters had better start paying attention, as more and more members of this demographic set will be entering the workforce in the coming years. Recruiters must also note that Gen. Z-ers tend to be quite different from their millennial predecessors, as “The 2017 State of Gen. Z” report shows… Read the full story.