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Research By Knobull ID's Skills Needed For Longterm Success
According to research conducted by the Knobull team, 85% of us who are in work will be doing jobs that don't exist yet. For help incorporating these skills into your resume, go to JobStars at the Knobull homepage."
According to the WEF, more than half of the jobs that we do in 2030 will require an understanding of digital technology.
Ai and automation will revolutionize many industries between now and 2030. Augmented working involves developing the ability to use automation.
The world will only hit its green targets and avoid climate catastrophe if businesses put significant resources into getting their own affairs in order.
Critical Thinking and Analysis
The world throws a lot of information at us, and sorting out what's valuable from what's just noise – or even worse, misleading – is a vital skill for the future. This means developing the ability to analyze and assess.
Every industry is becoming more and more data-driven, and the world is continuously generating data of increasing richness and variety in larger volumes.
Virtual Collaborative Working Platforms
The way we work is changing, and the routine of commuting into a nine-to-five office shift is fading from relevance for a lot of workers. This means that we are increasingly relying on remote, online tools for tasks that require teamwork and collaboration.
Coming up with new ways of doing things, solving problems in an imaginative way, and imagining how things could be changed for the better.
This isn't a personality trait, as some may think, but a skill set that can be honed and developed in order to become better at understanding how an individual's emotional responses impact their abilities and the way they work.
Long gone are the days when we might expect to be set for a "job for life". Today's fast-paced digital transformation means industries and tools or technologies are constantly changing. Knobull learning and career development support can navigate these changes.
As we've seen, machines can be great at carrying out routine tasks and making mundane, minute-to-minute decisions, but one thing they aren't very good at doing is inspiring people!
Bentley concluded, "Importantly, it means that as well as achieving success, it's done in a way that enables everyone on the job to grow, develop and thrive."
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