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  • Generational Issues in the Workforce
  • Workforce Composition Shifting Fast to Youth 48% 43% 20% 23% 22% 23% 16% 35% 44% 2000 2010 2020 Gen Y Gen X Baby Boomers Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Projections
  • Generational Cohort Birth Dates* Notable Technologies During Coming of Age Years** Gen Z (aka Digital Natives) 1995 – 2011 Smartphones, Tablets, Apps, GPS, Flat Panel Displays, Facebook, Texting, Skype, Mobile Video, On-Demand Everything, The Cloud, Touch/Gesture UI, Gen Y (aka Millennials) 1982 – 1994 DVD, MP3 Players, HDTV, Digital Cameras, Cell Phones, Laptop PCs, Broadband, Email, TiVo, Satellite TV, Google, Sony PlayStation, YouTube, Flash Drives, IM Gen X 1965 – 1981 VCR, Sony Walkman, CD Players, Cable TV, Cordless Telephones, Palm Pilot, Microsoft Windows 2.0/3.0, Netscape, AOL Baby Boomers 1946 – 1964 Color TV, Hi-Fi stereo systems, 8-Track, Pocket Calculators, Floppy Disk, MS-DOS * Generational Cohorts and Related Tech Trends
  • 2% 33% 43% 22% 7% 42% 37% 13% 11% 53% 27% 7% Lower side of technology usage Middle tier use of technology Upper tier use of technology Cutting edge technology usage Baby Boomers Gen X Gen Y Males across all age categories are more likely than females to identify as “cutting edge” or “upper tier” in their use of technology Self-Assessed Technology Rating
  • 39% 51% 6% 31% 51% 16%18% 55% 26% Gen Y Gen X Baby Boomers Not Using Facebook Personal Only Personal + Work Use of Facebook 43% of Gen Y believes skills related to social media are an important part of their skill set 36% of Gen Y needs access to currently restricted social media tools to do their jobs better 58% of Gen Y and 55% of Gen X agrees that social media has led to a blurring of boundaries between work and personal life Social Media Increasingly a Work Tool
  • Those who would use…. Age 20-29 Age 30-39 Age 40-49 Age 50 + Video chat 45% 45% 39% 33% Instant messaging 57% 64% 61% 48% Social media, such as submitting a question to a community of knowledgeable experts 48% 46% 38% 24% Paid support for priority service 40% 44% 44% 27% Mobile app to facilitate finding answers to resolve an issue or connecting to IT support 54% 53% 42% 29% 73% of employees report satisfaction with current IT support process at their company The Evolution of IT Support
  • 1 More support for training and professional development/acquiring new skills More career advancement opportunities More recognition for accomplishments More budget Access to more or better technologies/applications 2 3 4 5 Top Requested Resources to Enhance Job Satisfaction
  • 22% 23% 31% 40% 42% 58% Sexual harassment Sales/business development-related Legal/compliance-related Team-building/communications skills-related Tech-related training Training/professional development specific to my profession Incidence of Training/Professional Dev. Time period: past 12 months
  • Level of professional development desired in the coming year 19% 41% 36% 3% Moderately more Learning methodologies used in the last 12 months LessStay same Significantly more 44% Self-study (training/review guides) 38% E-learning (instructor or self-paced) 37% Informal training by peers/managers 36% Instructor-led classroom on-site 26% Instructor-led classroom off-site Professional Development Methodologies
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