- Gen Y participation in lifelong learning and continuing education appears to be as strong as one could wish given the austere economy for young people.
- Gen Yers give every indication they understand that continuing education and updating their skills is critical to their career prospects.
- Success with social media, website hits and other digital media suggest that programs are able to reach and engage Gen Y.
- The number of Gen Y staff attending the LERN conference is another indication that programs are not only serving Gen Y, but hiring them, giving programs an inside edge on expertise for engaging Gen Y.
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 / Published in Uncategorized