Today’s high school and college graduates face a transforming landscape of the workforce. New graduates need to be prepared for a volatile market – from increased competitiveness to the expanding use of automation instead of manpower to being prepared for a job that does not exist yet. Think about it: not long ago fewer people pursued high education, technology was very different, and the job title “social media coordinator” was inconceivable!
Now, educators not only have to be aware of these changes in the workforce, but they have to share as much information as possible with their students to better prepare them for life after high school and college. In the month of February, we will discuss the different types of workers, the evolving environment, and the changes in skills and demands that this new workforce landscape brings.
Join us at World Future Forum for more research findings and best practices on Workforce Skills and Demands!