The future of work is one of the most interesting topics of the next few years. It will be fascinating to see how many new opportunities and jobs are created.
This question was discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and in their new report. They expect more AI, which means more different jobs. It is expected that machines and algorithms in the workplace will create 133 million new roles, but cause 75 million jobs to be displaced by 2022.
The general consensus from Davos was that re-skilling and flexible working are two major aspects of the future of work. We’re in the middle of a major transition, and we are only just starting to grasp the scale of the transition.
Valuing human capital not only serves to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills to respond to systemic shifts, it also empowers them to take part in creating a more equal, inclusive and sustainable world.
Lewis Maleh, Founder
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