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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Comments (1)

  • Anna
    Anna
    Tue, 5 Mar 2019 11:53am GMT
    My question would be: do they want to work or not? Being offered a job and then not even bothering to turn up is the height of bad manners and nothing to do with their 'relationship' with the company or the technology they use. I'm all for improved recruitment processes and employee experiences but this pandering is not doing anyone any favours.