dnd 5e – Can a multi-layered druid / rogue benefit from the Experience while in Wild Form?

As indicated in the part of the description of the wild shape of the druid that cites:

You also conserve all your abilities and abilities of saving throws, in addition to winning those of the creature. If the creature has the same ability as you and the bonus in its statistics block is higher than yours, use the creature's bonus instead of yours.

In addition, another bullet point in the description of the wild shape function says:

You retain the benefit of any characteristic of your class, race or other source and may use them if the new form is physically capable of doing so. However, you can not use any of your special senses, such as darkvision, unless your new form also has that meaning.

Therefore, to see if the experience class function is preserved, we should see the description of the rogue's experience function:

On the 1st level, choose two of your skill abilities, or one of your ability skills and your skill with the thieves' tools. Your skill bonus is doubled for any skill test you do and you use any of the chosen abilities.

Nothing in the description of the characteristic specifies a particular anatomy necessary to benefit from the Experience (… it would be rare if it did, honestly). Therefore, you retain the benefit of the Experience function.

Putting it all together: you still benefit from the Wild Shape Experience feature. You keep all your abilities in wild Skill, in addition to those of your new form. And if the creature is also proficient in the same skill, you use any total bonus for the ability that is greatest between yours and the beast's (for an ability in which you have experience, your own bonus is probably greater).