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  • Tech advancements are a worry for Gen Y
  • Tech advancements are a worry for Gen Y
    Stefan H (2011) ©
SIGNAL

Tech advancements are a worry for Gen Y

Some of the most employable skills revolve around tech – 35% of Gen Yers quote ‘related technical skills’ as one of the top five qualities to a successful career. But many people, especially in developing countries, feel like advancements in technology will disadvantage them in the workplace.

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