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Gen Z workers are more likely to say work is frustrating and overwhelming, according to survey

by | Jul 4, 2023

Gen Z workers aren’t happy on the job, reports Yahoo Finance.

Of the four working generations, continues Yahoo Finance, “those born starting in the late 1990s are more likely to say their work is frustrating and overwhelming, according to one survey. Another found that Zoomers are more likely to say they have little energy for non-work activities at the end of the day. The obvious result? The youngest generation is more likely to report looking for a new job or have quit recently, a third survey found.

“That’s a problem for employers, which lose a lot of money for each departing worker. But experts say managers can retain these young workers by better understanding their needs and implementing strategies to meet them.”

“Fundamentally, [the workforce] is broken,” Chason Hecht, founder and CEO of Retensa, a consulting company that specializes in worker retention, told Yahoo Finance. “The disease is causing the ailment that is quiet quitting and the Great Resignation. That’s not the problem. That’s the manifestation of this underlying sort of chasm between the needs, wants and expectations of the modern employee and what employers are providing.”

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