Network Trends Report: Gender, Equity, and Gen Z

While COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the traditional ways we learn, work, and connect, the pandemic also sparked the attrition of women from the workforce at higher rates than men, risking years of progress towards gender parity. It is against this backdrop that Handshake surveyed more than 1,000 college student job seekers ages 18 to 25—the graduating students and early talent that employers need to attract to remain competitive—to gauge the factors that most compel them to apply for certain jobs and find out how diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) play into their career decision-making.
Our data demonstrate many similarities in perspectives about gender diversity and equity, and also some differences, both of which are instructive to employers who will be hiring these students into an ever-changing workforce.

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