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Poll: Half of Gen Z Prefers Robot’s Career Advice

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A recent survey by career development platform INTOO highlights the growing need for employee career advancement support.

The study reveals that a majority of employees feel their companies rarely or never assist them in exploring growth opportunities.

Particularly, Gen Z employees are struggling, with many feeling their managers are too busy to provide career guidance.

Surprisingly, 47% of younger workers trust AI tools like ChatGPT over their managers for career advice.

“Gen Z’s reliance on digital platforms for career advice, including innovative tools like ChatGPT, points to a larger issue—a craving for guidance that they’re not finding within the traditional structures of their workplaces,” INTOO CRO Mira Greenland said.

“They want conversations about their careers to be as dynamic and responsive as the technology they’ve grown up with,” she said.

“Companies must adapt to attract and retain this new wave of talent,” she said. “This means not only offering more frequent and meaningful career development discussions but also rethinking their approach to mentorship and support.”

This reliance on digital platforms indicates a significant need for more dynamic and responsive career guidance within traditional workplaces.

The study also suggests that without adequate support, a significant percentage of employees, especially Gen Z, are likely to leave their jobs in the next six months.

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