January 29, 2019
In the last 10-15 years, a whole host of new occupations have sprung up, from app developer to social media manager to Uber driver. These jobs simply didn’t exist until cultural, social and technological changes deemed them necessary.
A new report from Davos acknowledges that learning and employment ecosystems are currently built for a world of work that is no longer reflected in reality. By 2022, it’s estimated the core skills required to perform most roles will change by 42%. To respond learning must be lifelong and skills-based, and cannot end with a graduation ceremony.
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