- 60% of all occupations have constituent activities of which at least 30% are technically automatable.
- On average, by 2020, more than a third of the desired core skill sets of most occupations will be comprised of skills that are not yet considered crucial to the job today.
- 92% of executives agree there is a skill gap in the US workforce.
- Only 16% of Americans think that a four-year degree prepares students for a well-paying job in today’s economy.
- 54% of adults in the labor force say it will be essential for them to continuously train and develop new job skills to keep up with changes in the workplace.
- 61% of young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 see skills and training as essential.
- 74% of workers are ready to learn new skills or retrain to remain employable in the future.
- 85% of workers say a mix of technical and “soft skills” is extremely important to be successful these days.
- The Case for Modern Workplace Learning
- The Changing World of Work
- Fluid and Flexible: A More Dynamic Workplace Demands a New Way of Learning
- New Strategies, Tools and Tactics: The New Pillars of Modern Learning
- Industry Insight: Retail
- Industry Insight: Financial Services
- How Modern is Your Learning?
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