the future of work
The Future of Work: 10 Statistics You Should Know to Be Successful in 2025
- Apr 07, 2020

The fourth industrial revolution is finally underway. With innovations continually being introduced to the public, the way we handle tasks and go about our daily endeavours will once again transform.

Technology is evolving at a tremendous pace, and signs indicate that the advancement isn’t going to slow down any time soon. Similar to how people during the 1700s adopted the steam engine, modern-day companies are utilizing the latest tech to drive their business forward. But, even though these advancements have made things more convenient, they also come with their own set of challenges.

Both first world and developing countries will have to face the tests that this revolution brings. Certain jobs will become obsolete, and skills recruiters should find in a candidate will change. As artificial intelligence, robotics, and other innovations continue to impact business across various industries, socio-economic transformations are bound to occur.

To successfully adapt to this revolution, you’ll need to understand how it will impact your career. If you’re a job seeker, you must improve your skillset to increase your employability. In case you’re a hiring manager, you’ll need to align your recruitment strategy with the movement of other organisations.

Being informed about the trends of today will allow you to make excellent career decisions in the years to come. Check the infographic below to take a look at the future of work.

The Future of Work

 

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Jomel Alos

Jomel Alos is a Consultant at Guthrie-Jensen Training Consultant, a management training and consultancy firm in the Philippines. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of human resource solutions, as well as helping businesses achieve greater growth, competitiveness, and profitability.


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