The future of the American workforce is becoming clearer every day, and one of the most important characteristics of incoming employees is that they have an affinity for technology. The group of people referred to as "Millennials" are those who were born between 1977 and 1997 and have had vastly different childhoods and educational experiences than most workers who came before them.
As a result, companies need to be ready with options for training such as eLearning software development if for no other reason than their employees will expect them. The older portion of the Millennial generation might have gone through most of their schooling without the benefit of computers or the internet, but the latter half is certainly used to being taught important concepts with some kind of digital device.
This means companies that have training software available are going to find that newly hired candidates are a lot more willing to embrace training sessions. These staff members have been largely reared in a digital world, and forcing them to operate in an analog one isn't a very good use of resources and time. If nothing else, using eLearning with this generation of personnel will provide excellent practice for the group that follows them who will undoubtedly be much more dependent on sophisticated training technology.
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