The Australian workforce is currently made up of Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers, but as Baby Boomers are retiring, the working age population is growing significantly slower than the non-working age population. This means that great candidates may be harder to find as more people leave the workforce.
The latest report from the Indeed Hiring Lab takes an in-depth look at how Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers are searching for jobs, enabling employers to see where candidates from each generation are interested in working. This data can help organisations plan for coming shortages or surpluses in talent.
The infographic below will walk you through the key characteristics of each generation: the occupations they’re searching in and the areas where we may see talent gaps as older workers retire.
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