7 Surprising Insights About How Gen Z Wants to Learn

February 14, 2019

There is a new generation entering the workforce this year and they are notably different from their Millennial colleagues.

Gen Z, or those born between 1995-2010, grew up in a post-internet world. As a result, their context and the ways in which they learn are different than the generations that grew up in the pre-internet world. Not only were they affected by the rise of social media and mobile, but they also grew up in a world where on-demand and content binging was the new normal.

But rather than hypothesizing about how Gen Z wants to learn, we decided to just ask them.

We surveyed over 2,000 Gen Z workers and then compared their learning preferences with the expectations of 400 L&D professionals to see where there was alignment and where there could be misunderstandings.

For a full breakdown of the insights, have a look at this blog post on Gen Z learners. For the short version, check out the infographic below.

 

 

Want to learn more about how to drive engagement for all your learners? You can discover more learner engagement tactics in our Learner Engagement Playbook.

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