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The World Economic Forum’s Future Of Jobs Report

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report

The World Economic Forum have recently released their Future of Jobs 2018 report which looks at how the world of work is likely to evolve during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The report explores what will happen as a result of the increasing availability and use of technology and how the human workforce will need to evolve as a direct response to this.

The projections in the report have been drawn from a global survey of business executives—principally Chief Human Resources Officers (CHROs) whom were asked about the workforce changes afoot in today’s enterprises and how they are looking ahead to the future of work between now and 2022.

Read the full white paper which summarises some of the key takeaways from the report and includes recommendations as to how businesses can prepare for the future here.

 

 

 

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