Design has a generation gap: Here’s why career pathing is the solution

As the demand for product designers continues to rise, bootcamps and other formalized programs have emerged to supply the job market with capable entry-level designers. Those looking to kickstart a successful career in tech learn the skills and tools training that companies need to stay competitive. Often, the programs require students to invest less time and money than they would a traditional college degree. But, now that the design industry has matured, this quick pipeline leaves companies with distinct challenges from this quick pipeline. There’s a generation gap between these designers and their leaders. In one camp, there’s the new

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