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Future of Work and Worker Personality – Jobs that currently require more openness to experience or more emotional stability will be less susceptible to automatization

We present evidence suggesting that the so-called “fourth industrial revolution”, characterized by machine learning, big data, mobile robotics and cloud computing, may be skill-biased not only with respect to skills acquired through education, as available theoretical models and empirical evidence abundantly suggest, but also with respect to facets of noncognitive skills. Measuring the future direction … Continue reading

16 Career paths that may best fit specific personality traits (Infographic)

There are a ton of different personality tests out there and you might already be familiar with some of them. You may already know you’re an INFP or an ENTP, based on the Myers-Briggs personality assessment. Many workplaces do this personality testing as a part of professional development, enabling coworkers to better understand and communicate … Continue reading

Extended joblessness could dampen our personalities

Long periods of unemployment drain our bank accounts and weaken the economy. New research suggests extended joblessness could also dampen our personalities. And that can make it harder to find more work.  A study published this month in the Journal of Applied Psychology examined a sample of 6769 German adults – 3733 men and 3036 women – who … Continue reading

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