You can’t judge a job by its title. The same role can actually require different combinations of skills, called “skill shapes,” depending on the industry, employer and region. People have …
Andrew Hanson of the Strada Institute for the Future of Work discusses findings in the institute’s new report. Skills such as creativity, communication, and problem solving are not only highly valued in the workforce, but are also uniquely human skills that will help prepare the workforce for technological advancement.
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