4 reasons why a generational skills gap exists today—and isn’t closing

Can colleges and universities close the generation skills gap they helped create?

The AAC&U released a survey that corroborated what everyone already knew: a huge gap exists between the perceptions of students and employers about work readiness, particularly as it relates to generational study and work skills.

Today’s students believe that they are better prepared than ever to enter the workforce. However, their hiring counterparts think that the millennial generation is the most ill-prepared to date—still. Incidentally, this same study revealed that employers give hiring preference to candidates who have real-world experiences; unfortunately much of what is offered today in academia isn’t terribly “real world.”

Click here to read Geoff Irvine’s 5 reasons why generational skills gap exits from eCampus News. 

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