Future of Work Articles

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703Microsoft doesn't require a college degree for entry-level jobs — here's what the company looks for instead, according to execs 03/05/2020

702Ad Council campaign from White House task force will tout alternatives to bachelor's degree 02/24/2020

704Millennials Show Loyalty to Employers 02/19/2020

709M.B.A. Programs Rush to Add STEM Degrees 02/05/2020

710Soft skills for a hard world 02/04/2020

711Getting practical about the future of work 01/30/2020

714Embedding Industry Certifications in Undergraduate Programs 01/28/2020

712Redefining the role of the leader in the reskilling era 01/15/2020

713Boosting the accessibility of Workplace Reskilling 01/15/2020

715Liberal Arts Pay Off in the Long Run 01/14/2020

716The talent crisis plaguing Indian startups re?ects the country’s deep education crisis 01/13/2020

708The Workplace of 2050, according To Experts 01/08/2020

718Elon Musk says you still don't need a college degree to work at Tesla. Here's what he looks for in job applicants instead. 01/08/2020

701Jobs of Tomorrow Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy 01/01/2020

Some findings:
  • Demand for both Digital and Human factors is drivinh growth in the professions of the future.
  • Seven Emerging professional clusters - Data and AI; Engineering and Cloud Computig; People and Culture; Product Development; Sales, Marketing and Content; Care Economy; Green Economy.
  • Higher volume growth in AI Specialists, Medical Transcriptionists, Data Scientists, Custemer Success Specialists, Full Stack Engineers; Lower volume growth in Landfill Biogas Generation System Technicians, Social Media Asssitants, Wind Turbine Service Technicians, Green Marketers, Growth Hackers.
  • In demand skills: Business Skills, Specialized Industry Skills, General and Soft Skills, Tech Baseline Skills, Tech Distruptive Skills. Some jobs demand more digital technology skills, others place more emphasis on Business Skills and Specialized Industry Skills.
706A government blueprint to adapt the ecosystem to automation and the Future of Work 01/01/2020

707Beyond hiring: How companies are reskilling to address talent gaps 01/01/2020

717The new science of talent: From roles to returns 01/01/2020

724Make Your Job Application Robot-Proof 12/16/2019

723Résumé scanners gain ground at college career centers 12/13/2019

725American Factories Demand White-Collar Education for Blue-Collar Work 12/09/2019

732Jobs of the future are clustering in a handful of U.S. cities, study finds 12/08/2019

730Finland has the most efficient education system in the world 12/03/2019

705Skills for Industry: Curriculum Guidelines 4.0 - Future-proof education and training for manufacturing in Europe 12/01/2019

719McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) in 2019 12/01/2019

722Aristotle can help young leaders create meaning in di?cult moments 11/28/2019

734New report offers analysis of microcredential completers 11/20/2019

737Survey of Graduates on Value of Credentials 11/18/2019

739The future of work: Rethinking skills to tackle the UK's looming talent shortage 11/12/2019

720How to develop soft skills 11/11/2019

721Are hard and soft skills rewarded equally? 11/04/2019

728As AI-assessed job interviewing grows, colleges try to prepare students 11/04/2019

726Building the tech talent pipeline 11/01/2019

729Europe Is Hiring—But Its Workforce Isn’t Ready 10/29/2019

731How a Company’s Aging Workforce Retrained Itself for the Cloud 10/27/2019

735New Foundational skills of the Digital Economy Burning Glass 07/17/2019

727Accenture Retrains Its Workers as Technology Upends Their Jobs 06/23/2019

741Why Companies Are Failing at Reskilling 04/19/2019

740U of Louisville and IBM to Open ‘Skills Academy’ 04/18/2019

733National Science Foundation's experiment on federal career trajectories 04/01/2019

736Subdegree Programs for Working-Class Adults 01/29/2019

738The Future of Skills Employment in 2030 NESTA 11/29/2017