If you’re not already working to recruit Generation Z, you’re falling behind. This demographic, born after 1997, will add 61 million people to the workforce; and smart recruiters are already reaching out to high schools to engage them. By identifying students with an interest in healthcare and aging issues, you can coach or mentor them down a tailored career path and help them gain the skills and competencies they will need. You can use technology (i.e., social media) and partnerships with local high schools and community colleges to advertise scholarship opportunities, part-time jobs, training programs, etc. In your outreach efforts, remember that these young people find personal achievement extremely important and value “future-proof,” stable jobs that provide both opportunity and security. Read the full article.