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Dr. Michelle Weise, Chief Innovation Officer & Senior Vice President for Strada Education Network, discusses how higher education institutions are not adequately preparing students for future jobs. These institutions must focus on educating students for the future, especially with the increased automatization and robotization of the workforce. Higher Education needs to be a fluid system, allowing students to move in and out of learning and work, in order to promote lifelong learning.
Senior Vice President, Workforce Strategies; Chief Innovation Officer, Strada Institute for the Future of Work
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