Get ready for Gen Z, employers. First hint: They're not millennials.

When AT&T recruiters compete for young talent on college campuses, they want to show how the old telephone company has become a modern media firm. So they let students wear high-tech goggles and take a “virtual reality” walk through a typical day on the job. The employer also uses video interviews, texts and Snapchat to connects with potential young hires. (Balt. Sun)

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