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Future Work

20 common jobs in 2040
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If you walked into an average 1950s era household, you would see much that you would recognize, including home appliances, a TV and an automobile. On the other hand, if…

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50+ Future Degrees Colleges Are Not Offering Yet
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I was thoroughly intrigued when I found out the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado was offering a degree in asteroid mining. Yes, the idea of extracting water, oxygen, minerals,…

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11 critical skills for the future that aren’t taught in school
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If you’re like most people, your job description has evolved over the past five years. For many, their role today didn’t even exist a short time ago. The workplace of…

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Rebooting Citizenship: Responding to AI and Automation
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Contributed by John Lazar, Software Engineer, Business Leader and Technology Investor  We are assailed almost every day with a new report or study purporting to clarify the impact of Artificial…

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Empathy and the Future of Policy making
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Contributed by Kit Collingwood-Richardson, Deputy Director Universal Credit, Department for Work & Pensions (DWP). Co-founder, One Team Government movement. The public sector must respond more effectively to societal change The way…

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Why Rapid Failure Is The New Secret To Business Success
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P&G has a “Heroic Failure Award” for its employees. Tata has a “Dare to Try Award”. Why are these organizations encouraging — and even rewarding — their employees to fail?…

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THE DAY THE BANKING INDUSTRY DIED
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Globally, the banking industry is facing disappointing returns and sluggish growth. The global banking industry has shown many signs of renewed health. The recovery from the financial crisis is—at long…

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How to Develop The Skill that will Save you from Being Replaced By Robots or Automation
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AN AFRICAN FUTURIST PERSPECTIVE The single most important skill you will ever learn is in itself an oxymoron. It is dependent on your ability to vanquish procrastination and achieve something…

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THE FUTURE OF WORK IN AFRICA : WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THERE ARE NO JOBS LEFT
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I don’t think people are realizing what’s going on right now. My niece is 2 years old and by the time she’s 25, half the jobs will be gone. Retail stores…

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