#IT Jobs and Employment Trends: Age/Generation Gap

Posted on September 19, 2012. Filed under: CIO | Tags: , , , , |

Many feel that there is a glaring difference between older and younger workers in the technology arena. At the two ends of the extreme you have:

a) Younger workers wanting to get an opportunity to prove themselves, helping their overall marketability for new positions and good pay increases.

b) Older workers knowing that they have proven themselves but concerned about their job security and their marketability in this challenging business climate.

Either way, both groups are anxious about how they appeal to companies and the technical hiring executives.

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