In just a few months, HR departments will be flooded with a raft of new resumes from new graduates looking to enter the workforce. But next year's crop of new talent has some key differences from those in years past. They - and members of the class of 2017 before them - are widely considered to be among the first young people from Generation Z, the successor of Millennials, to enter the workforce. This generation is even more digitally savvy. In fact, they have never lived in a world without the internet, meaning not only are they comfortable with technology, they expect it at every turn.
Posted December 01, 2017