When asked what career success means to them, both generations rated financial security as the most important factor. (Photo: iStock)

Generation Z is “The Change Generation,” because all of the recent global events increase their desire to make a difference in their future careers — and it also exacerbates their need for more “mental health support” from their employers, according to Lovell Corp.’s “2017 Change Generation Repo: How Millennials and Generation Z Are Redefining Work.”

In partnership with the University of Guelph, Lovell Corp. surveyed more than 2,000 young people between the ages of 14 and 36 years-old across Canada. The survey found that while millennials (born between 1980 and 1993) seek jobs that provide stability, convenience and balance, Gen Z (born 1994 or after) is more readily concerned with fueling their passions and taking pride in the work they do.

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