Zapier Report Uncovers Gen Z and Millennial Perspectives on Work/Careers; Attitudes Toward the Workplace of the Future
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Zapier — the leader in productivity automation — today released a new report on what Millennials and Gen Z actually think about work, which includes data from their recent online survey conducted by The Harris Poll among over 650 Gen Z (18-23) and Millennials (24-39) employees in the U.S.
The report found that, contrary to popular belief, Millennials and Gen Z are hard-working, loyal employees. Millennial employees plan to stay at their current job for a total of 10 years, on average and Gen Z employees for 6 years, on average. Additionally, more than 3 in 5 Millennial employees (62%) and nearly half of Gen Z employees (49%) say they have direct reports.
Digital natives don’t just embrace tech—they demand it
Younger workers may be more addicted to work than social media:
Automation is encouraged; technology improving the workplace:
For the full report and survey methodology please visit: https://zapier.com/blog/digital-natives-report/
Founded in 2011, Zapier helps more than four million customers grow their businesses with the power of automation. The company connects over 1,500 apps to help people be more productive at work, saving customers up to 20 hours per week.
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