Younger people now have to compete for jobs with older people. What problems do you think this will cause? How can these problems be resolved?

Jobs or opportunities are always competitive
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I don't believe in belief that older people will be obstacle for grabbing jobs from youngsters. Consider a role where one had to apply creativity
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talent
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programming skills & common sense. All the mentioned points can be same or more or less to different age group people irrespective of their age & experience.
However
, when it comes to the experience
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the actual
rol
the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group
role
roll
rule
of the job & dealing pressures
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on the job situations
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older people may have advantages
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but considering remain points
this
could not be a big barrier. Threat in the role or position is common
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irrespective of number of years working.The same amount of new ideas what a fresher can get might be more useful than the routine old ideas that a long time working guy can get.Consider a recent
outcoming
student from a prestigious university who had a mind full of awaking thoughts can be more fruitful than old stock of ideas which are with an old working guy.In vice versa
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the simple pressure handling experience from a long time working guy in the same project can bring more value to the project than an awesome thought came for the fresher. So
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never thought of someone threat to others in the corporate world
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where anyone & everyone can do miracles the day when arrives of them.The only thing we need to hold firmly is the confidence and little sense of doing things
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which will make the total difference.

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