Everywhere I look, I see forecasts calling for dramatic shifts in the workplace, jobs and the requirements for those jobs.

  • Based on Pew Research Center surveys, two-thirds of Americans believe that 50 years from now, robots and computers will do much of the work humans perform.
  • According to Devin Fidler, research director at the Institute for the Future, “There are some overarching shifts poised to change the nature of work itself over the next decade,” including a demand for new skills.
  • “Sixty-five percent of children entering grade school this year will end up working in careers that haven’t even been invented yet,” Cathy Davidson writes in her new book, “Now You See It.” Read more