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Several Gen Z employees have remarked that they find ChatGPT's career advice to be more valuable than that offered by their supervisors.

Many Gen Z employees express dissatisfaction with the career guidance provided by their managers. A survey conducted by INTOO and Workplace Intelligence revealed that 47% of Gen Z workers believe they receive superior career advice from ChatGPT compared to their human bosses. Additionally, 44% of these employees anticipate leaving their jobs within six months due to this dissatisfaction. Experts suggest various measures to improve career development, including regular one-on-one sessions, mentorship programs, and manager training in communication and leadership skills. Click here for article.

  • 47% of Gen Z employees find ChatGPT's career advice more helpful than advice from their human supervisors.

  • 44% of Gen Z workers expect to quit their jobs within six months due to dissatisfaction with career guidance.

  • Recommendations for improving career development include regular one-on-one sessions between managers and employees.

  • Other suggested measures include implementing mentorship programs and providing manager training in communication and leadership skills.

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