เว็บบอร์ด > Given the context of their lives, Gen Z attitudes make sense, says Kathleen Gerson, a professor of sociology, arts and science at New York University. Born into a digitally connected world, they are acutely aware of the social justice and environmental movements as well as the new-found ways of working, that are shaking up the status quo. They’re also, adds Gerson, entering a job market that – despite endless new tech-enabled career opportunities – been growing less stable and more amorphous since the 1950s.     อ่านต่อได้ที่  : โรงเรียนวัดควนสูง สาระน่ารู้ :  สีผม

กลับ
avatar

ชื่อ : Somchai

ip : 45.248.78.243

กระทู้ : Given the context of their lives, Gen Z attitudes make sense, says Kathleen Gerson, a professor of sociology, arts and science at New York University. Born into a digitally connected world, they are acutely aware of the social justice and environmental movements as well as the new-found ways of working, that are shaking up the status quo. They’re also, adds Gerson, entering a job market that – despite endless new tech-enabled career opportunities – been growing less stable and more amorphous since the 1950s.     อ่านต่อได้ที่  : โรงเรียนวัดควนสูง สาระน่ารู้ :  สีผม

วันที่ : 16 มิถุนายน 2565 เวลา : 15:13:07

Given the context of their lives, Gen Z attitudes make sense, says Kathleen Gerson, a professor of sociology, arts and science at New York University. Born into a digitally connected world, they are acutely aware of the social justice and environmental movements as well as the new-found ways of working, that are shaking up the status quo. They’re also, adds Gerson, entering a job market that – despite endless new tech-enabled career opportunities – been growing less stable and more amorphous since the 1950s.

 

 

อ่านต่อได้ที่  : โรงเรียนวัดควนสูง

สาระน่ารู้ :  สีผม

ตอบกระทู้