Gen Z wants to work for big companies that can survive economic downturns, Adobe says
If you’re a company in the market for growing your workforce, there’s no doubt you’ll be headhunting Gen Z workers in the near future. The problem is, depending on your company’s size, Gen Z might not want to work for you.
That’s according to a new report from Adobe called Future Workforce Study. Adobe surveyed over 1,000 university students and recent grads to get their insights and thoughts about the job market and economic outlook.
The most striking finding from the study is that only 16% of respondents said they would consider taking a job with a startup or a small-sized company; 52% of respondents said they’ll pursue careers with large, established companies. The reason? Gen Z believes large, established companies have better chances of weathering any economic storms that the near future may bring.
- January 24, 2023
- By MICHAEL GROTHAUS
- Source: www.fastcompany.com
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