Young people entering the workforce in the 2020s aren’t different, but their circumstances are. A Harvard career adviser explains how managers can bridge the Gen Z generation gap at work.

Gen Z is still young, but this demographic cohort has already weathered a global pandemic, rampant inflation and the rise of climate change. The oldest among them have had to enter their first jobs while the world was adjusting to remote work and the ramifications of Covid-19, not to mention endless worker shortages, a youth mental health crisis and unprecedented levels of workplace . . .

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