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By 2022, there will be a shortage of 1.8 million information security workers. Surpassing Baby Boomers as the largest living generation, Millennials will be critical for filling the employment gap. To secure the best talent, it's important to understand who Millennials are and what motivates them.
 
This report, created from the 2017 (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study, looks at the next generation of cybersecurity. 
 
 
 
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WE

That is study case from Frost & Sullivan

Milton

Very interesting, I will keep this in mind. 

Caute_cautim

Very good, but also look at the affect on organisations and the linkage to Digital transformation too.   

Yiannis
Verty interesting report, especially if we look at the sections on diversity and performance. One way to approach mentorship and leadership for this generation is described in the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hER0Qp6QJNU Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace.
Caute_cautim

Thank you excellent insights
 
Nice one

 

Early_Adopter

And I've have succeeded too if it hadn't been for you pesky kids!

Caute_cautim

Oh well you always have Generation Z, or iGeneration or Post-Millennials (typically mid 1990's to mid 2000s as the birth years - have used the Internet since a young age, and the are generally comfortable with technology and social media - more fun to come....Smiley Happy

bbryant740

Interesting article

Johnbbaker

I question the value of this report, what is it saying, hire younger employees? It states "... and Millennials are leaving their jobs at a faster pace than other generations. NOTE: This is not due to low job satisfaction. They're primarily moving to jobs that offer more enticing perks." Is this implying that older employee's can't find jobs with more perks, or is it a sign that younger employees are less loyal and less content? How is this going to benefit employers? Also most studies I've seen, point to the fact that employers are finding it harder to find qualified young employees with a good work ethnic, raising the value of older employee's who are working longer, and increasing their education. Game on Millennial's!