Do you have the skills for the future?

For the average job-seeker or any parent wondering what kind of livelihood awaits the next generation, the current headlines are the stuff of anxiety attacks.

Evaporating Jobs

In June, the Associated Press announced that it would begin using an automated writing service to cover more than 10,000 minor league baseball games each year.That means that writers for these kind of work will be no longer needed.

Driverless trucks may soon be taking over from humans, elbowing out an entire profession. New technology purports to bring great change to a surprising number of fields, including law, medicine and financial services.

Any worried parent or student wants to know what are the promising careers in the future what skills should I develop to insure a job.

according to World economic forum, the skills are the ones displayed bellow:

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“The problem basically is that employers are sitting on one side of a supply chain saying, ‘We’d like workers with these skills, and by the way, we don’t want to train them.’ On the other are individuals looking for jobs. 

While some highly skilled workers would triumph in the new work order, others would be forced into lower-paid jobs or suffer permanent unemployment.

“Our educational system is not adequately preparing us for work of the future, and our political and economic institutions are poorly equipped to handle these hard choices.”

” This text is taken from the World Economic Forum “

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