Baby boomers may not have the computer skills of the younger generation, but, according to new research comparing generational knowledge, at least they know how to sew a button, read a clock or do multiplication without a calculator.

The study found there are many things that older adults can do better than millennials, including sew and read an analog clock.

According to Daily Mail.com, researchers surveyed 2,000 adults, half in the 25-34 millennial age group and half from the over-55 group.

The things the older people (over 55) do better are first with percentage, followed by millennials (25-34)

1- How to read the time on an analog clock 90% vs.61%

2- Know the number of feet in a yard 90% vs. 21%

3- How to manage money 86% vs. 52%

4- How to iron a shirt 84% vs. 51%

5- How to sew on a button 81% vs. 41%

6- How to do multiplication, without using a calculator 79% vs. 41%

7- How to properly polish shoes 77% vs. 28%

8- How to use cutlery in the right order 77% vs. 39%, ( most millennials can't identify a butter knife)

9- How to write a formal letter 77% vs. 43%

10- How to spell without using spellcheck 72% vs. 39%

11- How and when to use correct grammar 67% vs. 39%

12- How to garden 66% vs. 22%

13- How to tie a sling or bandage 45% vs. 18%

14- How to play chess 44% vs. 27%

15- How to administer first aid 43% vs. 30%

16- How to change a car tire 43% vs. 24%

17- How to make a cake without following a recipe 43% vs. 27%

18- How to arrange flowers 34% vs. 16%

19- How to fix a bike chain 34% vs. 21%

20- How to start a campfire 33% vs. 19%