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INNOVATION, the elixir of progress, has always cost people their jobs. In the Industrial Revolution artisan weavers were swept aside by the mechanical loom. Over the...
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Future of work: Top jobs of 2025 | The New Daily

Future of work: Top jobs of 2025 | The New Daily | Future of employment | Scoop.it
The ageing population and a tech boom will see registered nurses become the most in demand profession in the country in less than two decades, says research.
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Army helps jobseekers towards employment - News stories - GOV.UK

Army helps jobseekers towards employment - News stories - GOV.UK | Future of employment | Scoop.it
A pioneering project in which the Army helps long-term jobseekers become more employable has begun this week.

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What will the future be like? – Future Dimensions – Aeon Film

What will the future be like? – Future Dimensions – Aeon Film | Future of employment | Scoop.it

The present is surreal and one thing is for sure, the future will be weirder still. Anders Sandberg of the Future of Humanity Institute in Oxford and other thinkers mull over whether humans might become the pets of intelligent machines; what threat does epidemic disease pose, and why we feel such a need to predict the future anyway.

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Ryan Harding is a photographer and film maker based in London.

Director: Ryan Harding
Producer: Marianna Petrilli

Running Time: 11 minutes
Language: English


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Hot Jobs in Nanotechnology

This is the first of 2 stories featuring Nanotechnology where we will explore how working small and thinking big can launch new careers. Learn more about the...
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Twitter / EU_Commission: Youth #Employment Initiative: ... | Future of employment | Scoop.it
Youth #Employment Initiative: see if your region qualifies for extra #EUfunds to fight #youthunemployment @EU_Social http://t.co/IuPZ31BR60
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Future of work: Top jobs of 2025 | The New Daily

Future of work: Top jobs of 2025 | The New Daily | Future of employment | Scoop.it
The ageing population and a tech boom will see registered nurses become the most in demand profession in the country in less than two decades, says research.
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Top 5 Best Emerging Education Careers Opportunities by 2017 | All Infographics

Top 5 Best Emerging Education Careers Opportunities by 2017 | All Infographics | Future of employment | Scoop.it
Infographics on best Educational career opportunities by 2017 with network administrator, software engineer, accountancy, technical role, nursing...

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The Industries 3D Printing Will Revolutionise

The Industries 3D Printing Will Revolutionise | Future of employment | Scoop.it
There has been a lot of hype about 3D printing of late. I dropped into the Inside 3D Printing Conference in San Jose a couple of weeks ago to discover whether hyperbole matches reality. Is the

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This Careers in Development session features James Kunder, who will discuss emerging trends in development assistance, including a heightened focus on measurable outcomes and increased demand for effective ...
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The future of work is rich in technology and drawbacks | WashPost.com

The future of work is rich in technology and drawbacks | WashPost.com | Future of employment | Scoop.it

We check e-mail as soon as we reach home, and sneak a peek at our inboxes along the way. We respond to calls, texts, and messages even while on vacation. At work, we use Cisco Telepresence or Skype to confer with colleagues all over the world. Companies often allow employees to work from home for one or two days a week; some let them live in remote locations.

 

This has all become the norm. A decade ago, we could not have imagined being always on, always connected, with work following us wherever we go.

 

This is just the beginning. The nature of work itself is changing for knowledge workers. During this decade, location will cease to be a barrier; many types of work will done as micro-tasks; and we will be collaborating in new ways. What will be most problematic is that our employers will make even greater demands on us and further intrude into our lives.

 

This is the future we are headed into, whether we like it or not.

 

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