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Emerging Careers & Industry Trends Workplace in the 21 st Century Presented by Todd Humes Volt Workforce Solutions ©2010 Volt Information Sciences, Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary & Confidential.
Workplace in the 21 st Century
Higher Education Stable Despite Economy
Student Affairs Jobs Poised for Growth?
Predicting the Future
Projections Through 2018
Professional Shows Greatest Growth
Future Jobs? Telecommunications & Technology Sustainability & Evergreen Safety & Security Who Knows?
Revolutionary Thinking Right Brain vs. Left Brain
Develop 21 st Century Skills 1.Digital age literacy 2.Inventive thinking 3.Interactive communication 4.Quality, state of the art results
Develop Digital Age Literacy Basic, scientific & technology literacy Visual & information literacy Cultural literacy & global awareness
Develop Inventive Thinking Adaptability Managing complexity & self-direction Curiosity & risk-taking Higher order thinking & sound reasoning
Develop Interactive Communication Teaming & collaboration Personal & social responsibility Interactive communication
Develop Quality & State of the Art Results Prioritizing Planning & managing results Effective use of real-world tools High-quality results with real-world application
The Future Workplace Four-day work week Mandated wellness plan Corporate degree program Global worker relocation Good-bye to cubicles Goodbye to headquarters A free-agent workforce
The 21 st Century You Individuality Conceptual thinker Flexible & resilient Life-long learner Networking & connecting
With change comes opportunity… Redefine your future
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