This story is the best of February!
Finding a job is one of the most stressful events we all go through. But per usual, Gen Z doesn't care how things have gone in the past.
In a recent survey conducted by KPMG, one in three Gen Z respondents said they'd rejected a job offer based on a company's ESG record. Why? Because they care more about meaning and purpose than money.
In fact, 92% said they wanted "values and purpose" from a company. This goes hand in hand with the trend of "climate quitters" who are leaving their jobs to work on climate solutions.
This story means that future generations are prioritizing careers that make the world a better place, meaning money is not enough of an incentive if the company is doing something bad. IDK about you, but this gives me immense hope for the future.
Are you looking for a green job? There are several incredible resources to help you find that dream career working on climate solutions: