The collision of demographic changes, the rapid spread of automation and rising income inequality will have the potential to trigger an unparalleled 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 don’t 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 ultimately kill them and

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

When the graduation celebrations have ended, many recent graduates must consider what they are going to do with their lives. When I started talking with my students and other graduates from other institutions, the clarity of what they were going to do after college life was murky at best. Surprisingly, the majority of the graduating seniors did not have any idea of what they were going to do. Perhaps, it is generational because Millennials have a different outlook than Baby Boomers. In my last job strategy book, I along with my co-author, William Bailey, researched this problem and found a

The economy is expected to continue creating jobs for workers at all levels of education and training. Occupations that require a post secondary award (an associate’s degree) are estimated to have faster growth rates than occupations requiring less education or training. According to the Ministry of Tourism, Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) Tourism revenues are expected to rise by 42 per cent from 2007 to 2017. Every year, more than 3 million tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra. Despite short- and medium-term setbacks, tourism revenues are expected to rise by 42 per cent from 2007 to 2017. FHRAI is committed