There has never been a more important time to build the bridge between education and the fast changing world of work. According to a recent statistic, 65% of children entering primary school today will end up working in new job types that don’t yet exist.
The business community - and the recruitment sector in particular – must play a leading role in pre-empting what the changes mean for individuals, as well as for employers and policy makers.
The Future of Jobs Observatory
The REC’s Future of Jobs Observatory provides a platform for thought leadership on the future of work. As well as bringing together the work and recommendations of the Future of Jobs Commission, and providing a platform for sharing our whitepapers, research and blogs, the Observatory also provides a hub for our network of Future of Jobs Ambassadors.
The REC is committed to working with policy makers and all interested parties to make this vision a reality. For more information on the REC’s Future of Jobs Observatory or on our Ambassador network, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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