Jobs, technology, and disruptive change
February 17, 2014 Editor 0
Not being skilled for work in 2030 will have serious implications for people, businesses, and governments
The children entering school in 2014 will start working in about 2030. One can safely assume that the world then will rely even more on information and communications technologies. After all, technology is already transforming agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, and more.
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