Technology & the InternetSeptember 25, 2019
Poor Training, Lack of Skills Leave Older Workers Behind: Study
A new study from Docebo suggests professionals across the world want to learn skills to help them at work… but the training just isn’t there.
Baby Boomers are most affected: 40 percent of older pros in the United Kingdom and 28 percent in the U.S. feel they “don’t have the skills needed to win a new job.” When asked to compare themselves to younger professionals, nearly half of all Baby Boomers felt those younger than them had better tech skills.
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