This is the problem “Modern Career Forum” is aiming to bring attention to, give insights & access to support fresh grads to enter the job market in this shaking environment that is 2020 and our decade ahead.
The rapid advancement of technology, combined with increased uncertainty, is making the most important career logic of the past counterproductive going forward. The world, to put it bluntly, has changed, but our philosophy around skills development has not.
To succeed in the evolving world of work — whether it’s the emergence of new technologies or the growing importance of soft skills — education needs to be not just a diploma, but something that is provided at every point in the employee lifecycle. The responsibility to make this happen exists not only in traditional higher ed institutions but at the business leadership and policy level as well.
Last Tuesday, Adaptivity’s team got the chance to be invited to share their vision with the United Nations. Here is a recap of what has been shared. Recently the International Labour Organization announced that within the last 5 weeks, more than 125m people worldwide lost their jobs or have been put at employment risk. Seriously …
The idea behind this list is to present tools that are accessible, easy to use, and to learn as well as being useful regardless of your personal situation.