If there’s any doubt remaining about the change taking place in the IT workforce, consider this: Millennials have, for the first time, surpassed both Boomers and Gen Xers in the US workforce. If it was not before, Gen Y is now a force to be reckoned with.
Millennials now the biggest generation in the US workforce pic.twitter.com/ANFKfXzXE1
— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) May 13, 2015
In case you missed it, over the last week, CDN has explored some of the biggest trends that will shift the the future of IT companies. As some of our experts said, continued success of businesses will depend on their adaptability and willingness to embrace these changes as much as shifts in technology or business practices.
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