The Brave New World of Gen Z Job Search



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Did you know that 30% of non-college grads say that YouTube and TikTok helped them find a job? Or that 91% of new grads want to be able to talk about their mental health at work? Or, that the #1 reason Gen Z candidates ghost employers is because a recruiter was “rude.”

Yep. That’s what they told us in Monster’s new Gen Z Survey.

Whether you're a Gen Z job seeker or looking to hire the newest talent, you won’t want to miss Monster’s online forum. Moderated by Monster career expert Vicki Salemi, a roundtable of recruiter and gen z panelists will share what’s working – and what’s not – about the job search today.

Employer Panelists:
• Shelley Hernandez – University Recruiter at Pinterest
• Amy Waryas – EVP/Chief Human Resources Officer at Boston Red Sox
• Julianna Akuamoah – Chief Culture Officer at Arnold Worldwide
• Jill Eubank – Vice President, Professional and Commercial Staffing at Randstad

Gen Z Panelists:
• Lillian Zhang – Student at University of California, Berkeley
• Julian Parra – Product Manager at IBM
• Alice Zhang – Student at University of Central Florida

During this 60-minute webinar, you will learn:
• Who’s got the upper hand in the job search?
• What do recruiters wish entry-level job seekers would stop doing?
• What do companies need to do to get Gen Z to say yes?
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