Going to college is not a foregone conclusion for an enterprising Gen Zer. Discover how to adjust your roles and requirements so that you can spot Gen Z talent in nontraditional places.
- Okay, Dad, it's the 1980s, … you walk into your parents' living room, … and you say to them, … "I don't think I'm going to go to college." … What are they going to say to you? … - (chuckles) First of all, … they would not have let me finish that sentence. … Gen Xers, when we told our traditionist parents … we weren't going to college, … they said, "Absolutely no way, you are going. … "Let's be clear, no CEO would ever hire you … "without a college degree." … And so we went. … Well, then you flash forward, and not much changed. … When millennials walked into their boomers' living room … and they said, … "Hey, Mom and Dad, I don't think I'm going to go to college," … boomers said, "I don't think so. … "You're going to college. … "I've invested a lot of money. … "It's reflective of me. … "And let's be honest, … "no CEO would ever hire you without a degree, … "so you're going to go to college at any cost," … and literally millennials did. … - Now flash forward again, … a Gen Zer walks into the living room, …
- Gen Z communication style
- Gen Z diversity
- Gen Z feedback preferences
- The realism of Gen Z
- The Gen Z side hustle
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