Is Remote Work Good or Bad for Gen Z?

Christine Sizemore left New York shortly after the suited-up corporate world turned into a realm of button-downs paired with pajama pants and athleisure. Once the pandemic hit, the 24-year-old from Kent pursued a new position at Google. The company gave her the freedom to work anywhere, so she soon found herself living back in her hometown, with her mother and cat, Simba, who sometimes make guest appearances during team meetings.

This past year, Sizemore and many other members of Gen Z, loosely defined as anyone born after 1996, made their first appearance in the professional realm through a screen. It seemed fitting. Gen Z is known as the

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