Technology evolution is not slowing down. While many organisations are struggling to keep up, significant changes in the workplace are beginning to take place today and professionals are feeling the impact.
Automation, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), you name it, it’s happening.
With rapid developments across science, technology engineering and communication, technology has brought upon a new Industrial Revolution, or “second machine age,” that will greatly influence jobs across sectors, as well as roles within the home.
The rise of advanced tools and skills leaves many unanswered questions for the future; however, it’s clear five major changes are bound to impact the future of work.
Read the full article titled “Five Ways Your Job Will Be Impacted by 2030” to find out what these imminent changes are and how employers and employees alike can prepare for what’s to come in the next 15 years and beyond.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Five Ways Your Job Will Be Impacted by 2030” published in The Business Times on 11 April, 2018.