With the current talent shortage in manufacturing, many are looking to millennials to fill those gaps left by retirees. But what are millennials thinking? Deloitte released their 2018 millennial survey, and while millennials are known for being great with tech, many are still unsure about Industry 4.0. Spend Matters said, "They feel unprepared for Industry 4.0 and how emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and internet of things will affect the nature of work." The good news is that they do think the technology will be useful. They just need some confidence!
Young professionals across the globe are unsure about their ability to adapt to Industry 4.0 technologies and increasingly critical of business ethics, Deloitte’s 2018 Millennial Survey finds. For its seventh annual report on the millennial generation in the workplace, Deloitteresearchers surveyed 10,455 college-educated professionals from 36 countries who were born between 1983 and 1994. The researchers also surveyed 1,844 respondents born between 1995 and 1999, who fall into Generation Z. Read More