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Gen Z is Changing Office Culture

Here’s what they want in the workplace

Ayobami Balogun, 23, thought she would work at Microsoft for the rest of her life.

As a Nigerian immigrant and the eldest of five, she had chosen a career in software engineering because it would provide financial stability and manageable hours. Growing up, Balogun had watched her parents work multiple jobs as home aides for people living with special needs while she helped take care of her siblings. After several internships while she was a student at Ohio State University, Balogun accepted a full-time job in 2020 upon graduating.

Everything seemed to be falling into place — until March, when she lost her job in companywide layoffs.

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