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  • How are people turning jobs into careers they truly love?
  • How are people turning jobs into careers they truly love?
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Snapshot

A sector snapshot of careers

How are Gen Zers giving their careers a head start? Why are people turning their backs on ‘busyness’ for a healthier work-life balance? How are they turning their passions into legitimate careers? And what are employers doing to ensure that the workplace is as inclusive as possible?

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In the January 2018 Sector Snapshot of careers, we reveal how Gen Z teens are getting a head start on their careers, how people are setting their own work-life boundaries, people that have turned their passion into a meaningful career, and how employers are actively seeking diversity and inclusivity in the workplace.

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