The summer is shaping up to be one of the most uncertain hiring seasons in years. Many companies are hedging their bets, waiting for consumer confidence to recover more fully before adding employees.Education & Training
One industry, however, is not only intensely interested in Gen Z talent but also relatively immune to the ravages of economic downturns and even pandemics: the insurance field.
Many young people might opt for occupations considered more high-profile.
Yet, perhaps surprisingly, insurance offers many of the things most Gen Z candidates seek most: work flexibility, good pay, rewarding work and job security. Insurance is embracing the kinds of technologies that Gen Z ‘digital natives’ are comfortable with.
Insurance is known for its ability to support work/life balance and diverse lifestyle needs. For young people, the ability to work from home, either by preference or for present/future family reasons, is a major plus.