As with all newcomers in the workforce, Gen Zers are often labeled and stereotyped long before they have the opportunity to reveal their true identity.
The workforce in today’s society is continuing to change. As Boomers continue to retire, positions open up for new generations. The tail end of the Millennials has entered the workforce, which means the attention will turn to the next generation, Gen Z. According to LIMRA research, in fewer than ten years this younger generation with make up 20 percent of the U.S. workforce.
The oldest Gen Zers will enter college and/or the work force soon. How can you help them prepare for their financial futures?
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In fewer than 10 years, people born after 1996 will constitute about 20 percent of the U.S. workforce. That's an almost equal share of the U.S. workforce population with Millennials and Gen Xers.
When it comes to employee benefits, where you are in life impacts what you feel is most important. LIMRA research finds Millennials place a greater level of importance on education and parental leave than Generation X (Gen X) and Baby Boomers.
The next generation of sales talent and the financial services industry are made for each other. They just don’t know it yet.
LIMRA: Generation X Americans Are More Concerned About Having Enough Money for Retirement than Other Generations
More than one-third of Gen X Americans not confident that they will have a secure retirement.