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Young Workforce-Emerging Challenges and Actions in India

 
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Abstract

The youth workforce in India are playing a prominent role in transforming traditional to challenging and result oriented contribution for the success of organizations and especially in Indian demographic workforce the percentage of educated young workforce are increasing with the superannuation of the baby-boomers. The last two decades the young workforce are occupying and accounting for acquiring new skills, creativity and innovativeness. Many small, medium and large-level problems have deeply rooted in morale incapacitating the sorts, between the workforces demographically. The older workforce is at existing in the lobour market like earlier, the young workforces are entering the workforce ladder in a higher level transition stage. The changes in the technology and advancement is witnessing a mismatching pace to the aging in contrast to the young workforce who are tech savvy and build with the essential skills. This scenario levies a greater responsibility on the organization‟s to empower and carve the Generation Y and Generation of Digital Age to implement with multiple roles to hang at the top of the accomplishment ladder. This article emphasis on the new set of roles and competencies those young workforces are to be equipped and empowered as key agents for social change and driving force for economic development and technological innovation.

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