K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
But latest technology and introduction of new device, gadgets, technique or ways do not affect all industries, trade or profession, rather, it affects a limited working space. The larger part of the industrial sector is untouched with the latest advancement, however, the tertiary sector should keep on changing along with the introduction of the latest technology.
The employees in the IT industry should be more concentrating on the developments that are taking place and learn those developments so that they will be always in the front line.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
I agree with the you that young professionals or employees in any sector need to update their knowledge. But it's not possible that everyone can learn several skills simultaneously. However, the latest knowledge and skills which are required to his field should be updated.
Some people can have proficiency in more than one skills in which they are equally expert.
This thread reminds me about a teacher when I was studying in 6th class. He could play cricket, hockey, football, table tennis, volleyball, badminton and kabaddi equally well. He was a versatile person. During those days, students would call their teachers as "Guruji or Maas'saab" but he made all students of his school to call him- "Sir" Since then, gradually ,all teachers became "Sir".