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  • Boomers adopt tech as quickly as Gen Yers
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Boomers adopt tech as quickly as Gen Yers

Older workers in the US, Europe and Australia are more tech-savvy than you might think. New research has challenged ideas that Boomers suffer from technophobia, instead revealing that they adopt hardware and software as quickly as their younger peers, and even feel less anxious about it.

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