The Future of Skills in the Age of the 4th Industrial RevolutionHuman history is filled with examples of occupational transformation – but today, change is occurring at a unprecedented rate...
Recent research suggests that by 2030, up to 375 million workers will need to switch occupational categories due to automation. Just as traditional jobs are quickly being redefined in today's market, our systems of learning to adapt to address the rising demand for soft skills, and the increasingly diminishing lifespan of hard skills.Download Report
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This whitepaper will explore:
- The durable skills of the future
- How to restructure for lifelong learning
- How to create opportunities for re-engagement
- The involvement of governments, employers and higher education systems