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Australia – Six megatrends for jobs and employment markets over the coming twenty years

The study has identified six megatrends for jobs and employment markets over the coming twenty years. The second half of the chessboard The explosion in device connectivity, data volumes and computing speed, combined with rapid advances in automated systems and artificial intelligence means that robotic devices can perform many tasks more quickly, safely and efficiently … Continue reading

ILO – The future trends of 2016 and beyond (video)

The world of work faces significant challenges in the coming decade, with technological shifts, population aging and struggling economies changing the way we work. ILO researchers Sameer Khatiwada and Veronica Escudero lay out the future trends of 2016 and beyond. (Closed Captions available) Source: World Employment and Social Outlook – Trends 2016: WESO 2016: Our … Continue reading

Four global forces rewriting the world economy’s operating system

The world economy’s operating system is being rewritten. In this exclusive excerpt from the new book No Ordinary Disruption, its authors explain the trends reshaping the world and why leaders must adjust to a new reality. Together, these four fundamental disruptive trends are producing monumental change. 1. Beyond Shanghai: The age of urbanization The first … Continue reading

US – Labor Market Trends For 2015

Below are my top ten predictions for the workplace for 2015.  1. Companies hiring Generation Z for internships. 2. More millennials are taking leadership roles. 3. Honesty becomes a revered leadership trait. 4. The skills gap continues to widen. 5. The continuous job search picks up. 6. Mobile hiring and the mobile job search explode. … Continue reading

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