Age diversity | Almost 1 in 5 Gen Z candidates drop out of hiring process

Almost 1 in 5 Gen Z candidates drop out of hiring process

Eighteen per cent of Generation Z candidates are abandoning the recruitment process even after being offered the job, new research reveals.

Gen Z – the generation succeeding millennials who are born between 1995 to 2012 – are now leaving full-time education to break into the employment world, the report by Oleeo and MyKindaFuture says.

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