In a new survey by Experience, Generation Y is unclear about the necessary skills for success in their careers.  The survey explored the ideas of both employers and Generation Y.  Experience found that 54% of Gen Y respondents were unclear about exactly the skills considered desirable by employers.

But a large number of Gen Y respondents felt that they were not lacking necessary skills desired by employers.  This optimism contrasted with the reality of employers believing Generation Y was deficient in important skills.  Employers can take confidence in the study’s findining that 97% of Gen Y respondents would take action to rectify their skill deficit.