Graduation is fast approaching and this means a fresh new batch of graduates is entering the work force - and a new generation. Gen Z is defined as anyone born from 1997 onward; with the oldest at 24, this generation is still relatively new to employers. In an increasingly tight labor market, it will be even more difficult for companies to attract, and retain, top Gen Z talent. For hiring managers and recruiters, appealing to this latest group of graduates means not only adapting their recruiting efforts and benefit packages, but also must tap in to what is motivating Gen Z for the long term. The Class of 2019 Report, published today by iCIMS, a leading provider of cloud-based talent acquisition solutions, gives insight into what Gen Z graduates want, and expect, from potential employers.