Continuous learning is a key skill in the 21st century

Continuous learning from birth and a career of 50-60 years is a new reality for an average office worker in the 21st century.

75 million people all over the world will have lost their jobs by 2022 because of the development of technology and innovations. In the next ten years, with the active modernization of some spheres, a lot of people will be made redundant. Many will face the fact that their duties will change and they will have to acquire new skills, making continuous learning a necessity.

Some of the ‘stable’ professions in the next couple of years are believed to be scientists, engineers in the sphere of robotics, managers and chief executive officers, risk management specialists, engineers in the oil and gas sphere, specialists in cybersecurity and databases.

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