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Additional Resources for Attendees

Below, please find the presentation slides and some additional resources for my session “Gen Z Is in the Building: Is Your Firm Ready?”

Generation Z, which outnumbers Millennials, is entering the workforce. And it won’t be long before they become influencers in business decisions.

The differences between Millennials and those coming behind them are significant. And even though it will be a few years before Gen Zers, who were born roughly between 1995 and 2014 (the exact years vary slightly depending on the source), are making decisions on multi-million dollar construction projects, A/E/C firms are already challenged with attracting and retaining them as employees.

A/E/C firms must make it a priority to get to know Gen Z and start developing and testing marketing strategies that will earn their attention and capture their business.

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Ida Cheinman

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