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words about Generation Z Gen Z employees want their companies to offer programs that reflect their values and interest: 31 percent say diversity and inclusion programs are necessary. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers can provide additional benefit offerings to help Gen Zers just starting their careers and fretting over money–or lack thereof, according to MetLife’s “Meet Gen Z-The New Face of Work.

“Coming of age during the Great Recession, they remain worried about financial stability,” the authors write. “Even at a young age, Gen Zers are worried about both their short-term and long-term finances.”

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