Reskilling future workers: who’s responsible?

Rapid technological change, with its impact on jobs, requires a constantly renewed workforce through retraining. From switchboard operator to film projectionist, three industrial revolutions down and we’ve already seen many jobs wiped from the face of the Earth.  More than half the global labour force will need to start reskilling and reinventing how they earn a living in the next five years, according to the World Economic Forum. Millions of roles will be lost, equally many more will be created.

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Steve Keightley-Smith
Steve Keightley-Smith It still has to stay the same way. Its the only way it can work. The challenge here in South Africa is to make sure they all work together for the... Show more Monday, 11 February 2019 10:37
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Tim Williams
Tim Williams Steve Keightley-Smith I am not sure I understand your comment.. are you saying things will have to stay the same way?? i.e. we should not reskill?... Show more Monday, 11 February 2019 17:59
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