The sky is falling, the sky is falling!
It is an interesting article, but the one who made the graph should might want to change jobs.
The first graphs has four shades of blue blue and on top of that the areas are colored using gradients.
It’s a widely accepted reality within the technology industry that youth rules. But at least part of the extreme age imbalance can be traced back to advertisements for open positions that government regulators say may illegally discriminate against older applicants. Many tech companies post openings exclusively for new or recent college graduates, a pool of candidates that is overwhelmingly in its early twenties.
“In our view, it’s illegal,” Raymond Peeler, senior attorney advisor at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency that enforces workplace discrimination laws said about the use of “new grad” and “recent grad” in job notices. “We think it deters older applicants from applying.”
Am I the only one who thinks that much of the quality control and failed projects in the tech industry can be attributed to age discrimination?
They are called computers simply because computation is the only significant job that has so far been given to them.