LinkedIn conducted a survey of 400 learning and HR professionals at small, medium, and large U.S. companies to understand how they are planning for a successful year of development for all learners; and conducted a survey of more than 2,000 Generation Z, composed of those born between 1995 and 2010, which means that the oldest participants are about 22 and are just entering the workforce.
By Emily Poague | December 18, 2018
In 2019, a new generation will enter the workforce: Generation Z (Gen Z), composed of those born between 1995 and 2010. This generation is larger than the Millennial generation — at 61 million strong, it is the first cohort of workers that grew up with the Internet, and are used to dynamic and social communication from an early age.To unpack generational learning we conducted a survey to assess trends in learning and identify any gaps in what influencers Gen Z to learn and stay engaged versus what L&D and HR leaders think they want.Here is what talent developers should know:
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