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Want a job in 2025? These are the sectors to focus on

Technological advances – in robotics and machine learning, for example – will  create new jobs and change the skills that employers need from human workers” 296 more words


Fourth Industrial Revolution

We are privileged to live in age where we get to be at the forefront of all these advancements. While as an entrepreneur I see infinite possibilities, the bigger question is– 24 more words

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What with self-driving cars in the city?

Something I read in my newspaper last week about self-driving cars and cities. An opinion of Peter Vanham, Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum in New York. 1,123 more words

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Opinion - Millennials aren’t lazy – they’re workaholics | World Economic Forum

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This article by the WEF, citing a recent research study is seriously misleading. The article claims that the stereotypes of millennials as lazy, … 144 more words


Subject Choice 2016

Subject choice for Y12s is to be held Thursday 8th September in the library. As per previous years your Form Teacher will advise a time to show up in order to have an interview around your options for 2017. 234 more words

Opinion - Which countries have the best literacy and numeracy rates? | World Economic Forum

It’s disgraceful that the UK is bottom of the OECD list for literacy and second from bottom for numeracy, where the US is the worst. 555 more words


Three HBCU Cities Rank Among World Economic Forum's Best Cities For Women Entrepreneurs

Everyone wants to thrive, but what makes some places better than others? According to the World Economic Forum, it is a mixture of technology, culture, capital, market, and good old fashioned talent. 550 more words