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[PDF] The Future of Jobs

Disruptive changes to business models will have a profound mpact on the employment landscape over the coming years. Many of the major drivers of transformation currently affecting global industries are expected to have a significant impact on jobs, ranging from significant job creation to job displacement, and from heightened labour productivity to widening skills gaps. In many industries and countries, the most in-demand occupations or specialties did not exist 10 or even five years ago, and the pace of change is set to accelerate. By one popular estimate, 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately end up working in completely new job types that don’t yet exist.

In such a rapidly evolving employment landscape, the ability to anticipate and prepare for future skills requirements, job content and the aggregate effect on employment is increasingly critical for businesses, governments and individuals in order to fully seize the opportunities presented  by these trends—and to mitigate undesirable outcomes.

Past waves of technological advancement and demographic change have led to increased prosperity, productivity and job creation. This does not mean, however, that these transitions were free of risk or difficulty. Anticipating and preparing for the current transition is therefore critical. As a core component of the World Economic Forum’s Global Challenge Initiative on Employment, Skills and Human Capital, the Future of Jobs project aims to bring specificity to the upcoming disruptions to the employment and skills landscape in industries and regions—and to stimulate deeper thinking about how business and governments can manage this change. The industry analysis presented in this Report will form the basis of dialogue with industry leaders to address industry-specific talent challenges, while the country and regional analysis presented in this Report will be integrated into national and regional public-private collaborations to promote employment and skills.

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Sou professor de História, licenciado pela FLU do Porto e pós-graduado em Informática Educacional. Mestre em Ciências da Educação com tese de investigação sobre a aplicação do Moodle à História. Sou um confesso adepto da aplicação das novas tecnologias ao processo educativo e formador creditado pelo CCPFC, na aplicação das novas tecnologias ao ensino – aprendizagem da História. Sou formador na área da informática e da didática que tem procurado partilhar e divulgar boas práticas no âmbito da formação docente um pouco por todo o país. Quando sobra tempo publico artigos científicos em diversas publicações e congressos.