Millennials Have Least Analytical Acumen, AMA Study Suggests

By Phil Ryan

Nearly one in five Millennials (19%) are perceived to be lacking analytical skills when compared with other generations in the workplace, according to a study sponsored by American Management Association (AMA).
 
The survey looked at how prepared organizations are to compete in an age of Big Data and involved nearly 800 respondents from more than 50 industries. Participants were asked to assess the analytical skills of their employees by age group. With a combined 58% rated as advanced or expert, the Gen X cohort’s analytical strength was rated highest, followed by Baby Boomers with 41% and Millennials with 35%.
 

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