Redefining Career Readiness for an Uncertain Future

By Guest Author: Katherine PrinceThe world of work is changing rapidly. Those changes will have big implications for how we approach learning and what our education system aims to achieve.We increasingly organize work according to projects. The platform or gig economy means that more people are stitching together mosiac careers instead of working full-time for a single organization. Interest in entrepreneurship is rising, with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation reporting that one-half to two-thirds of Millennials are interested in entrepreneurship and that 27% are already self-employed. But it’s bigger than that.Artificial intelligence and machine learning are ushering in the rise of smart machines that will be able to carry out many of the complex cognitive tasks that once seemed exclusive to middle class work in the knowledge economy. Already,…


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