Here’s a closer look at these digital-savvy workers
“They can’t remember life without a smartphone,” culture and compensation data platform Comparably describes the newest members of the workforce: Generation Z.
Born between the mid-90s and early 2000s, Gen Z are beginning to enter the workforce and gravitating to mostly technology-centric jobs.
Comparably compiled 15 of the most popular jobs (and salaries) where this digital-savvy generation thrives:
The entry of Gen Z workers also signals a shift in the way the future workforce will view important workplace issues such as employee wellbeing, work-life balance, harassment and the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement, as well as the advent of artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency:
Comparably analyzed workforce trends based on more than 2,000 anonymous responses from people aged 18 to 25 working across the technology sector.