One scenario of the future of work in the popular media is one of a jobless future, when robots take our jobs.
We are excited to share with you that the Technology@Work platform is integrated into our newly dedicated Future of Work platform at the start of April 2018.
How to prepare for the jobs of the future amidst of rapid technological change is at the heart of the conversation in Montréal
In case you missed it. Professor Thomas Kochan from MITx opens a free online course on “Shaping the Future of Work”.
We are excited to tell you that the Technology@Work website will join the Future of Work website by the end of March 2018.
The growing digitalisation of economies and the associated rapid spread of advanced technologies like 3D printers, robots and cloud computing
Since 1991, global job creation has been trending steadily upwards with about 3.2 billion in total employment in 2016 (green line).
The past 20 years have witnessed some progress for women in the world of work and in terms of gender equality in society.
AI and robots seem to be everywhere, handling more and more work, freeing humans up — to do what?
The biggest innovation in the world of work in the last decade has been the rise of online platforms which connect workers and customers.