Like their millennial counterparts, compensation is still an important consideration for lawyers and aspiring lawyers in Generation Z. But as the cohort begins to rise through the ranks of Big Law and the rest of the legal industry, they may have even greater demand for flexible work options and work-life balance.

Asked in a recent survey for the top things they would sacrifice a portion of their pay for, Gen Z lawyers were even more united than millennials in choosing more time off (62%). They similarly chose a flexible work schedule (60%) and a reduction in billable hours (41%), according to a report this week from Major, Lindsey & Africa titled “Gen-Z: Now Influencing Today’s Law Firm Culture.”