Adults born after 1997 comprise the youngest segment of the workforce, dubbed “Generation Z.”
And they might also be the least satisfied with their current employment.
According to a new report, Gen Z workers are highly likely to quit their jobs in 2022.
Talent acquisition firm Lever says 65% of Gen Zers surveyed admit they plan to leave their jobs this year.
This compares to 40% of the surveyed workforce overall.
The report says 42% of Gen Z workers value a company that gives them a sense of purpose, which they rank higher than better pay.
Business Insider says, “Gen Z has had no qualms about quitting their crappy jobs in favor of a better one.”