It's estimated that 65% of children entering primary school today will end up doing a type of job that does not yet exist. This insightful and thought provoking article and infograph show what the future of work could look like. It reveals the social and technological changes as well as the jobs and skills in demand.
Technology has radically changed the labour market over the last 50 years. Jobs that didn’t exist ten years ago are now common (particularly those related to the digital economy), while many traditional manufacturing jobs have essentially disappeared. So, how can we better train people to adapt to a changing workplace? What changes are coming down the pipeline, and what will the workplace look like in the coming decades?