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Generation Z has record level of job dissatisfaction

According to Gallup data, from 2019 to 2022, the share of people under 35 who reported being engaged with their jobs fell from 37 percent to 33 percent — the lowest level since 2011. At the same time, the group that reported being discouraged rose from 12 percent to 17 percent.

♦️ The increase in workplace disenchantment by new generations has all but equated the level of fading between young and old;

♦️ Low engagement brings instability to companies and results in higher job turnover and reduced profits;

♦️ According to Gallup, Gen Z's lack of connection to work costs the global economy $7.8 trillion a year in lost productivity.

The interviewees, aged 20 and 30, listed the motivations behind the discouragement:

- feeling of not being looked at

- of not having someone to encourage their development

- of not seeing opportunities for growth

- not having a best friend at work

Source: Época Negócios

Where are the flaws in the business environment that are causing this "discouragement" in Generation Z?

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