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6 HRCap MZ Generation Career Categories (HRCap E-Newsletter - Issue #232, Dec 2023)


With the MZ Generation becoming a majority in our global workforce, companies need to understand these 6 HRCap MZ Generation Career Categories to build their future workforce.

  • Category 1: Eager Entrepreneurs

  • Category 2: Refined Reskillers

  • Category 3: Introspective Idealists

  • Category 4: Principled Partners

  • Category 5: Observant Opportunists

  • Category 6: Job Jugglers

HRCap has contacted 41,743 MZ Generation candidates for career discussions. When asked if they were open to a new career opportunity, they all responded and shared various reasons for wanting or delaying career changes. We analyzed LinkedIn InMail responses, candidate survey data, career preference polls, applicant screening conversations, job interview answers, and even offer negotiation feedback to identify the unique drivers that intrinsically motivate the MZ Generation as a whole.


We then classified the findings into six unique career categories in hopes that the MZ Gen can identify with their respective categories, and build greater self-awareness to manage their career development. For each career category, we close with an action-based HRCap Prescription that is carefully designed to help organizations build the necessary tools, widen existing perspectives, and consider modern programs that may better attract and retain the MZ Gen employees.


This White Paper is intended for organizations of any size, market, industry, geography, and maturity. We encourage all HR leaders, hiring managers, and executives making critical business decisions to carefully read our 6 HRCap MZ Generation Career Categories White Paper and apply our HRCap Prescriptions to co-design and co-lead the future workforce.


HRCap, Inc.



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