WILL YOU HAVE A JOB THIS YEAR?
This question applies to bosses and employees.
The world’s love affair with the virtual world and technology is affecting how we live and work. New industries are forming, established ones are crumbling. And it is increasingly difficult to plan in a world of disruption.
People are finding it tough going to keep up with AI, IoT, machine learning and the digital deluge that is shaping this era.
Here then is the opportunity to hear from experts and practitioners about the future of new industries, the next generation of jobs, and the impact of the new on the old.
JOBS 20XX: Work In Progress is the first of a series of regional discussions that will plot a path towards a clearer appreciation of what lies on the horizon.
In a dynamic region with the world’s largest population bases, and with a diversity of industry focuses, the opportunities for work will always be there.
But what jobs will be available and what training will you require?
In the last year, STORM magazine curated a series of open discussions on these issues as part of its Keep It Going series.
The monthly discussions covered a range of topics — from design thinking to the sharing economy and the future of society — and brought together speakers from the private and public sectors.
Our partners include large and smaller organisations and agencies and embassies.
Through the various discussions there emerged one constant hot topic.
Working with partners from a variety of industries, JOBS 20XX will start off with discussions in a selection of ASEAN countries in 2020.
Job creation is an ongoing process defined by the needs of industry and shaped by the dynamism of innovation.
We are encouraging partners from various industries to join us on this journey. To share insights and ideas to develop JOBS20XX into a platform that allows companies in the region to understand what will shape their future, and the opportunities that could be developed across boundaries.
Sponsorship of this series will provide an opportunity for your brand to communicate with a regional audience of decision makers and industry leaders about your role in job creation, employment and employability.
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