Should students worry about the future of the job market?
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To what extent is the job market changing in such a way that jobs aren't even guaranteed for those with a four year degree?
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The Sun Sets on the Modern Merchant Class - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Sun Sets on the Modern Merchant Class - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Should students worry about the future of the job market? | Scoop.it
But in the historically cyclical patterns of power, who will replace it—the technocrats or the soldiers?
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5 Ways the New War For Talent Will Change the Workplace Forever

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This new war for talent will lead to major changes in the workplace. Here are five predictions for how it will change things forever.


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Pop Goes the Law - The Chronicle Review - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Firms, schools, and disillusioned lawyers are paying for decades of greed and grandiosity.
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Mobile Learning: “A Perfect Storm” To Drive Changes In The Workplace | 2020 Workplace

Mobile Learning: “A Perfect Storm” To Drive Changes In The Workplace | 2020 Workplace | Should students worry about the future of the job market? | Scoop.it
A recent report by Ambient Insight highlights a development discussed in The 2020 Workplace: there is a perfect storm brewing which is accelerating the...

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What Will The Typical Workplace Look Like In The Next Decade?

What Will The Typical Workplace Look Like In The Next Decade? | Should students worry about the future of the job market? | Scoop.it

Increased global competitiveness and ongoing technological innovations create wave after wave of challenges for businesses trying to stay ahead of the competition. Over the next decade these factors will shape the future of work and impact key aspects of the workplace including workforce size, business strategy and management practices.

Here are a few predictions on how the workforce will change in the next ten years.

It’s a woman’s world

Ignore James Brown. A survey conducted by Booz & Company reported that up to a billion women are expected to join the workplace in the next decade. It’s thought that the increase will not only improve gender equality, but also encourage global economic growth.

To expedite the  rise companies need to facilitate educational and cultural changes in the workplace. Dr. Leila Hoteit, a principal with Booz & Company said: “Allocating capital for investment in women’s businesses is fruitless if women do not have the education and training to run a business successfully, or the cultural perception that they can compete economically with men. The measures needed to create change in each of these areas will vary according to a country’s level of economic development.”

There’s a view that the countries able to tap into entire talent pool will see higher growth, whilst world-wide research shows a clear link between empowering women and GDP growth, literacy rates, infant mortality rates.

 

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Workplace Trends in the 21st Century

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A multitude of changes are expected to occur in the workplace during this century. In a nation already populated by small businesses, more and more people will consider entrepreneurial ventures ...

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The workplace of 2025 will be wherever you want it - BBC News

The workplace of 2025 will be wherever you want it - BBC News | Should students worry about the future of the job market? | Scoop.it
Research has just been published that points to dramatic changes in the workplace as we know it.
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What Will the Future Workplace Look Like?

What Will the Future Workplace Look Like? | Should students worry about the future of the job market? | Scoop.it

Increased global competitiveness and ongoing technological innovations create wave after wave of challenges for businesses trying to stay ahead of the competition. Over the next decade these factors will shape the future of work and impact key aspects of the workplace including workforce size, business strategy and management practices.


Here are a few predictions on how the workforce will change in the next ten years:


It’s a woman’s world


Ignore James Brown. A survey conducted by Booz & Company reported that up to a billion women are expected to join the workplace in the next decade. It’s thought that the increase will not only improve gender equality, but also encourage global economic growth.


To expedite the  rise companies need to facilitate educational and cultural changes in the workplace. Dr. Leila Hoteit, a principal with Booz & Company said: “Allocating capital for investment in women’s businesses is fruitless if women do not have the education and training to run a business successfully, or the cultural perception that they can compete economically with men. The measures needed to create change in each of these areas will vary according to a country’s level of economic development.”


There’s a view that the countries able to tap into entire talent pool will see higher growth, whilst world-wide research shows a clear link between empowering women and GDP growth, literacy rates, infant mortality rates.

 

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How to become a resilient worker - Washington Post

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How to become a resilient workerWashington PostToday, with all the mergers, acquisitions, downsizings and other changes in the workplace, it is more important than ever for employees to take steps to be more self-reliant and career resilient.

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