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How to upskill Gen Z and engage them in a post-pandemic workplace

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According to a Barnes and Nobles report, 51% of Gen Z's learn best by doing. Image: Pexels.

Victoria Rubanovich
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Survey conducted by Robert Half.
Survey conducted by Robert Half.

Getting to know Gen Z: Barnes and Nobles report.
Getting to know Gen Z: Barnes and Nobles report.

Kahoot Gen Z in the workplace report.
Kahoot Gen Z in the workplace report.

LinkedIn Learning Report 2021.
LinkedIn Learning Report 2021.
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