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Five Facts CEOs Need to Know About Gen Z

Social change is inevitable

If you’re a CEO or an HR leader, listen up. A new study issued by the nonprofit Girls With Impact finds that social purpose and innovation are key to attracting this next generation.

But there are big worries—from mental health to financial stability—not to be overlooked. The new report, “What’s Inside the Minds of Gen Z?” (made possible by the S&P Global Foundation), offers a host of insights and recommendations for employers.

Here are some highlights:

1. They seek world change and are driven to innovate. Faced with worrisome national and global challenges, Gen Z, or those born between the early 1990s and mid-2000s, are beating a loud drum: social change matters but becoming a politician won’t be their path.

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