Future skills: update and literature review

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Author: Fidler, Devin; Williams, Susanna

Abstract:

Amid reports of robotic factories and algorithmic assistants replacing humans on the job, what will work or jobs look like in the future? Coupled with the changing landscape where working, learning, and living are merging, what skills will we need to be successful and productive contributors to society? In 2011, IFTF started exploring the key work skills that people would need over a ten-year horizon in our highly-popular Future Work Skills 2020 report [available in VOCEDplus at TD/TNC 107.488]. Five years later, we partnered with the ACT Foundation and Joyce Foundation to further refine...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Skills and knowledge; Teaching and learning; Assessment; Evaluation; Labour market; Outcomes

Keywords: Skill development; Skill needs; Job skill; Employability; Literature review; Future

Published: Palo Alto, California: Institute for the Future, 2016

Physical description: 41 p. (report) + 1 infographic

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http://www.iftf.org/futureskills/

Related items: TD/TNC 107.488

Statement of responsibility: Prepared for ACT Foundation and the Joyce Foundation by Devin Fidler; edited by Susanna Williams

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 134.59

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