It is widely believed that people's ability to learn new things decreases with age and that companies should actively recruit younger employees who have great potential to learn. To what extent do you agree or disagree.

I tend to confess that most of the people believed that people's capability of learning new things will decrease with age and that the companies are actively recruiting younger employees who have the potential to learn new things. Most of the companies think that younger people have more ability to learn in shorter time than the older people. Perhaps, the main reason is, the recent graduated people will have more enthusiasm to learn new things. They have a fresher mind and they can easily understand the things. Younger people will take some risk in learning new skills, because if they lose, they have time to get it back. The new college out comers, they need the job for that they will put all efforts in learning new skills.
, New graduate, is ready to learn new
or popular
which is useful for company development and even for him personal growth. Younger people will be more aggressive in learning because they are looking for a chance for proving themselves. Another reason is younger people or new graduates salaries will be less if you compared with experienced people.
a reason for companies recruiting the younger people. On the flip side, experienced people prefer to work in the safe zone. If they see any new
technology intoducing
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in the company,
, they will start opposing because they would say, the new
will not have enough support if they get any issues in the middle of the project based on their experience and analysis. Older people
prefer to learn current trending skills in the market. Even learning new skills are quite easy for the experienced people if the new
extends to the old one, they no need to start from a lower level. But for younger bit difficult to learn new skills because they need to start from the scratch. In my point of view, every company must have experienced people and younger people. Experienced people will guide the younger one in the right direction. Older people people
have the enthusiasm or courage to learn new things because they will do the analysis or comparison with older and new based on that will start learning. In the analysis, they will know what learn and how to learn and from where to start.
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