Skills for the future

Workforces are rapidly changing. We face a wave of technological advancements, the throes of globalisation, and an increasingly independent workforce. While once reliable skills are becoming redundant, new skills are constantly presenting themselves. In amidst this economic and industrial flux, it has become pertinent to predict what skills will be needed, rather than attempt competency as those needs arise. With regards to skilling, prescience has become the order of the day. Companies such as LinkedIn are staying ahead of this curve by attempting to predict future skills demand through analysing a myriad of data points. In observing recruitment and hiring activity across the entire site, L

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