A survey of more than 1000 university students was recently conducted by KPMG and independent market research company High Fliers, which indicated that there was a worrying crisis in confidence among young women with regards to their digital skills.
A recent study has found that the mere presence of a smartphone, even when switched off, is causing a decrease in cognitive capacity. This means that the brains ability to hold and process data is affected.
Many employees, particularly those working in an office environment, will find themselves sitting down for the majority of the day with very little movement, except to get up and maybe make a cup of coffee or go to the toilet. Having such a vast amount of inactivity daily is known to be having a significantly negative effect on our health, but how are we supposed to avoid this when working in an office?
Day to day, in the news and conversation, millennials are being treated widely different to those of previous generations. There is a general negative assumption of those born between 1981 and 1997, and this assumption continues through to employment making employers wary of those of the younger generation.
Apple has killed off its last two remaining portable app-free music players, the iPod Nano and the iPod Shuffle.