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Parents are sitting in on Gen Z's interviews

With a slowdown in hiring, many Gen Z candidates are increasingly involving their parents in the job search process. This includes parents attending interviews, submitting applications, and even participating in HR screening calls, which HR leaders caution may not be beneficial in the long run. Click here for article.

  • About 25% of Gen Z job seekers have involved their parents in job interviews, applications, or HR screenings over the past year.

  • 70% of surveyed Gen Zers sought parental assistance during their job search, primarily for resume writing and interview preparation.

  • HR professionals note that while parental guidance can be helpful, over-involvement during interviews can be detrimental to the candidate’s chances.

  • Experts highlight that parents’ outdated job search advice may hinder rather than help their children’s employment prospects.


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