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    90% of millennials and Gen-Z do not want to return to full-time office work post-pandemic

    A Citrix study found that corporations expect people born after 1981 to deliver an extra $1.9 trillion in profits.


    A new report from Citrix Systems found that people born after 1981 -- called the "Born Digital" generation -- are no longer interested in working full time in offices and are vastly more tech-savvy than any generation before them.

    The Born Digital Effect features insights gleaned from 1,000 business leaders and 2,000 knowledge workers in 10 countries, attempting to gain a better understanding of people born in an era inundated by technology. Respondents were based in France, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, Mexico, the US, the UAE, China, India, and Japan while focusing primarily on those working in the financial services, healthcare, technology, and manufacturing sectors.


    Of the 2,000 surveyed, 750 were members of Gen-Z, meaning they were born after 1997, and 1,250 were Millennials, who were born after 1981.

    The survey includes an economic model that shows corporations expect Millennials and Gen-Zers to "deliver an extra $1.9 trillion in corporate profits."

    These two populations now make up the majority of the global workforce, but they are increasingly disconnected from corporate leaders, with different approaches to work-life balance, business, and more.

    The survey found that 87% of respondents are focused primarily on career stability, security, and a healthy work-life balance. The responses were in stark contrast to business leaders, the majority of whom thought their younger employees were most interested in workplace technology and training opportunities.

    According to the survey, 90% of respondents have no interest in returning to office work full time once the COVID-19 pandemic is over. More than half prefer a hybrid working model where they can work from home most or all of the time, while 18% want a hybrid model where they work from the office more.

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