A survey conducted by LinkedIn showed that the vast majority, 87%, of Gen Z professionals would be prepared to quit their job to work elsewhere if the new company’s values were more closely aligned with their personal ones.
LinkedIn defines Generation Z as those born between 1997 and 2012, who are currently in their late teens or early adulthood.
“Younger generations, in particular, want to work for companies where they can evoke change and make a difference,” said Josh Graff, managing director for EMEA and LATAM at LinkedIn.
The survey, which is based on 7,317 respondents from the UK, France, Germany and Ireland, also found that 59% of European professionals would not work for a company if its values did not align with their own. For 55% of those surveyed, a salary increase would not be enough to convince them to stay.
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