Women aged 25 and under are at the biggest risk.
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Younger workers are more likely to have suffered from mental health challenges.
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A new global survey of 3,400 members of Generation Z reveals them as the self-proclaimed hardest-working, anxiously optimistic workforce of the future. Read more in our story.
A growing number of candidates are regretting their career decisions. Find out what Gen Z employees really want from their job and how to manage them.
New study finds that the majority of young workers have career wanderlust.
Employers can’t bury their heads in the sand about unique challenges young people face with mental health
It’s crucial that businesses understand the unique challenges young people face and tailor support accordingly, or risk neglecting this demographic, according to The Health Insurance Group.
16-25s have significant gaps in their knowledge, or no knowledge at all, about when and how to prepare for a future career.
Office politics is the one thing young people are least prepared for when starting their first job, according to a new study by the Co-op. The study, which coincides with young people finishing their GCSE’s and A Levels, comes as many them are about to enter the workforce for the first time.