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FUTURE OF WORK: PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION

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    ONE IN 16 WORKERS MAY
    HAVE TO SWITCH
    OCCUPATIONS BY 2030
    McKinsey

    The future of work is about what jobs will be needed, what kind of work
    people will do, and the skills they'll need for those jobs.

    Which sector will
    generate the jobs?

    Job growth will concentrated in high-skill jobs.
    . Examples: Healthcare or science, technology, engineering, and math-STEM fields.
    Middle and low-skill jobs will decline.
    Examples: Foodservice, production work, or office support roles

    Shifting Paradigms: Skills Over Degrees

    45% of U.S.-based companies have removed college degree requirements from job postings. Firms are increasing non-degree hires by nearly 20%.

    Companies Leading the Shift:

    Government Departments and States Taking Action:

    Jobs that may experience more growth

    Warehouse
    Workers

    The rise of e-commerce created a demand for warehouse workers.

    Wind Turbine Technicians

    Investments in the green economy could increase the need for wind turbine technicians.

    Nurses, Home Health Aides, and Hearing-aid Technicians

    Aging populations in many advanced economies will increase demand for nurses, home health aides, and hearing-aid technicians.

    Teachers and training instructors

    They will continue to find work over the coming decade.

    Jobs At Risk

    Clerks at grocery stores, Office workers, Data Entry, Engineering, Product development, Marketing & sales Content

    The Four Possible Worlds Of Work In 2030 By PWC

    Technology enables small businesses to access vast information, skills, and financing. HR functions will merge with outsourced services for people processes. Intense competition for talent, with high rewards for those with in-demand future skills.

    Global corporations will grow larger, more powerful, and influential. Companies believe that size and influence safeguard their profit margins. High competition for top talent among these corporations.

    Company will take cognizance of public reactoion to scarce natural resources, and strict international regulations It will push a strong ethical and ecological agenda.

    Workers and companies will seek out greater meaning and relevance. Workers will find autonomy, flexibility, and fulfillment while working for organizations with strong ethical and social standards. The concept of fair pay will predominate in the future of work.

    Skills for the Future

    Higher cognitive skills: Advanced literacy and writing, critical thinking, quantitative analysis, and statistical skills.

    Social and emotional skills: Advanced communication, empathy, adaptability, and the ability to learn continuously. Business development, programming, and counseling require these skills. These jobs are also among the best careers for the next ten years.

    Technological skills: Everything from basic to advanced IT skills, data analysis, and engineering. These future skills are likely to be the most highly paid.

    List of Jobs That Don’t Exist
    Today, But Will Soon

    Influential thinkers on the future of work

    How Moonpreneur is helping students towards
    the future of work?

    The World Economic Forum identifies in-demand skills for the future Automation doesn't merely create or destroy jobs; it transforms them. AI/ML is projected to eliminate 85 million jobs and create 97 million new ones by 2025.

    AI & Big Data

    47%

    Creative Thinking

    45%

    Resilience, Flexibility and Agility

    45%

    Analytical Thinking

    44%

    Leadership and Social Influence

    38%

    Enviromental Stewardship

    30%

    Talent Mangement

    30%

    Design and User Experience

    26%

    Empathy and Active Listening

    23%

    Curiosity and Lifelong Learning

    24%

    What does the Innovator Program Cover?

    Our Innovator Program aligns with future demands, offering students training in essential futuristic skills such as AI/ML, Robotics, Big Data, and App development.

    Our curriculum builds skills for the future

    Technical skills: Analytical thinking, logic & algorithm building, electronic components, coding, design thinking, and prototyping.

    Power Skills: Creative thinking, Leadership, Talent Management, Design and User Experience, Empathy and active listening, Financial Literacy.

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