Journal of Innovations

 ISSN: 2837-9950 (Online) 

Vol. 1, Issue 3

Cause of Employment Change: Generations Vs Technology 


Tjarn Bross and Gavin Barnick 


This paper aims to investigate the underlying causes of employment changes. Is it primarily driven by generational shifts or technological advancements? Furthermore, it explores how students can effectively adapt to these changes. Based on a survey conducted among Millennials and Gen Z individuals, the study reveals that although technology is a major catalyst for employment transformation, young generations often have a blind spot in recognizing its impact due to their immersion in the technological world. Work for young generation is not an issue. The issue is how previous generations structured work and set standards for how it should be done. In response to the evolving job landscape, students are adapting their learning approaches. Consequently, it is imperative for educators and employers to stay attuned to these changes.



Bross, T. and Barnick, G. (2023). Cause of Employment Change: Generations Vs Technology, Journal of Innovations. 1(3), 51-61. DOI: