Now that the first wave of Generation Z is in the process of leaving school for the labor market, Carlsbad, California-based CareerCast has compiled a list of the best jobs for this group of young people born from 1995 through 2010.
According to the report, this demographic accounts for 25 percent of the total population. As baby boomers retire and Generation Z employees enter the workforce, the American workforce is growing demonstrably younger.
This group of young workers has been exposed to technology from birth, which means they are cut out for professions such as computer and information systems analyst, information security analyst and software developer, some of the hottest jobs for this group.
Some of these jobs pay more than $100,000 a year and have high growth outlooks, according to the report.