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Anita Bruzzese column: New Generation Z arriving in workplace

By 2019, 30 million of them will be your colleagues

7:02 PM, Oct. 20, 2013
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For years, employers have been working to better understand how to hire, train and employ young workers known as Generation Y.

But just when they thought they may be making some headway in understanding how best to develop and harness these young employees, along comes Generation Z. Its members are expected to turn the workplace upside-down.

Born in the decade from 1990 to 1999, statistics show this generation is already nearly 7 percent of the American workforce, 11 million people. By 2019, 30 million of them are expected to be in the workforce. ...

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