The collision of demographic changes, the rapid spread of automation and rising income inequality will have the potential to trigger an unparallel major economic and employment disruption far greater than we have ever experienced. Understanding and planning for these inevitable disruptions will be vital when future-proofing jobs. In fact, there's a total of 62 challenges workers are facing in their workplaces. People do not plan to fail. They just fail to plan and future proof themselves for the inevitable. While fear is a normal human emotion and may paralyze us from taking action, it's complacency that will absolutely kill them

At 17, you may be thinking about preparing for college. You are already on the process of deciding for the career path which you are going to take. One of the best ways for you to find out which paths are you going to take to is decide on your fields of interest. In order to give you an idea of which field you might probably excel at, try to have part time jobs. Not just one, but investigate several. By taking these jobs for 17 years old, you will be able to find out if the sort of work

Every day thousands of workers find and lose jobs as businesses grow or close. Each new job found represents income for food, shelter, and education. Each job lost may represent giving up some or all of these basic necessities. When a global company decides to move its business operations overseas – a process called “off-shoring” – one country’s or worker’s loss of jobs may translate into another country’s or worker’s gain. The growing phenomenon known as off-shoring presents both benefits and challenges for the developed and developing world. What is Off-shoring? Imagine that the computer you are using has suddenly