Gen Z wants to pursue multiple career paths, at the same time. Consider reasons why you should enable them to do so.
- I'm thinking I'm going to apply for that job … that I was talking to you about earlier today. … - Oh, nice, now you were thinking … about the research position … or the marketing position, right? … - Yeah. … - So, which one are you going to apply for? … - I'm actually just going to try to apply for both. … - At the same time? … - Yeah. … - Huh, can you imagine that? … Someone applying for two jobs at one company … and thinking they could do them both? … Career paths have really changed, … and we saw this change really start with the Millennials. … When the Millennials showed up in the workplace, … what they said to us is, "It goes so slow around here. … "Why do I have to put in three years … "before I'm getting promoted? … "If I master this job in two years, … "can't you promote me then?" … And the rest of us scratched our head, … and we said, "You know what? … "I think career paths are based a little bit too much … "on tenure or time around here." … And we sped it up. … And if you ask most Boomers and Xers, …
- Gen Z communication style
- Gen Z diversity
- Gen Z feedback preferences
- The realism of Gen Z
- The Gen Z side hustle
- Collaboration vs. competition