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Generation Z fears being left behind by the push to remote work

The post-pandemic working world is rapidly normalizing remote work— but the next generation of workers is wary of the change.

What's happening: Transitioning to remote work is far easier for veteran employees who have already developed social capital in the workplace and know how a company operates. Freshly minted members of the workforce stand to miss out on those valuable skills and opportunities if they can't come back to the office.

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