A new survey by tech firm Quantcast found that millennials were the least likely to be interested in tech in 2017, with less than half (47%) of them having heard of the field.
Only 16% of respondents said they knew someone who had done tech-related work, and only 4% had attended an event.
Millennial-owned companies were also more likely to focus on online marketing (39%), while those with less millennial-owned tech companies were more likely than their larger tech-based peers to focus more on offline marketing (31%).
What is the millennial generation doing in tech?
While the millennial demographic has been growing for years, it’s only now that they’re beginning to make a real impact on tech.
The millennial generation is more interested in the things that are happening in the tech world now, like the Internet of Things (IoT), robotics, and AI, than in what’s going to happen in the next decade.
According to a recent Pew Research Center study, millennials are more likely now than ever to use social media, but they’re also far more likely (60%) to use smartphones.
A new report from the Pew Research Institute shows that they are also more interested than ever in mobile phones.
They’re also more connected than ever, with 43% of millennials saying they use a smartphone at least once a week.
Millennials are also far less likely to live in households with at least one child than the general population.
The report found that the share of millennials living with at most one parent dropped from 32% to 21% from 2009 to 2017.
What is happening in Silicon Hill?
Tech’s influence is also felt in the inner workings of the city.
While the tech sector has been gaining a foothold in many major cities, the Silicon Valley has a long history of being the center of the tech universe.
The city has always had a big presence in the Silicon-Valley, with tech companies like Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter headquartered there.
But it also has a strong presence in other parts of the country.
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to a lot of companies, including Uber, Airbnb, and Dropbox.
The region also has the largest number of companies in the U.S., with more than 20% of the companies headquartered in the region.
What are the biggest tech trends in the Bay Area?
In 2017, the Bay-Area experienced a number of big tech companies, which was the year that Uber came to town.
The ride-sharing company was founded in 2010 and now has more than 300,000 drivers in the United States.
Uber was the first Uber competitor to open in the state.
In the Bay area, Uber had a strong foothold in the last year, with many employees and riders being moved to other cities and even countries.
A lot of Uber drivers are working on autonomous cars, and the company’s CEO has already said that he wants to have a self-driving fleet in the city by 2020.
What’s next for the Bay?
Uber has a lot more success in the area now than it did a few years ago, but the company still has a big gap to make up with traditional taxi companies.
There are also a lot fewer companies operating in the San Francisco area than there were a few decades ago.
The company’s headquarters are also located in Mountain View, and its workforce is heavily concentrated in the company.
How do tech companies get young workers to stay in the Valley?
The Valley is not a place that is just for millennials.
The Bay Area has an even greater need for young talent than it does for traditional workers, and that’s why many companies are looking to recruit workers from the region in the first place.
In 2017, Uber hired 1,000 new employees from the Bay, including 150 graduates from Stanford University and 40 from Cal Tech.
Uber is also looking to attract other tech companies in other areas.
In addition, tech giants like Apple, Facebook and Google have opened new offices in the bay area.
What is the tech workforce doing in the valley?
The tech industry in the South Bay is dominated by startups, and it has a good mix of young talent and experienced professionals.
For example, TechCrunch reports that Facebook has a total of 8,500 employees in the district, which is nearly 10% of all the tech employees in San Francisco.
There is also a growing tech talent pool in the Peninsula, where Apple, Amazon, and Google are all headquartered.