We constantly hear of the increased importance of quality family time and the all-important ‘me’ time.


A recent article highlights just how important this issue has become for younger employees, with members of Generation Z (people born between 1990 and 1999) saying work/life balance was their primary career concern, mentioned by 28% of respondents. 23% were also concerned about finding a stable job.


Furthermore, 77% of respondents said they will need to work harder than earlier generations to have a satisfying and fulfilling professional life and face-to-face interaction was the communication method of choice for 74% of respondents.


(The report was based on data from a survey conducted by the Creative Group and Enactus of 770 members of Generation Z living in the United States).