We hear a lot of talks about scope in a specific career field and strive to gain education for a promising future. But apart from having the relevant qualifications, the employers of today put in a lot of emphasis on ‘work skills’ that complement their organization.
In this regard, California-based ‘Institute for the Future (IFTF)’ conducted research where they analyzed the key work skills essential in the next 10 years along with the changes, we can predict to see in our workforce.
According to their report, the six drivers of change in the workforce would be:
- The Rise of Smart Machines and Systems
- Computational World
- New Media Ecology
- Super structured Organizations
- Globally Connected World
Additionally, there are certain skills that will be most apparent in the professional field, especially post-COVID-19, when working from home and having the know-how of digital protocols became our survivors.
The skills include:
- Novel and adaptive thinking
- Cross-cultural competency
- Computational thinking
- New media literacy
- Social intelligence
- Design mindset
- Cognitive load management
- Virtual collaboration
Check out the infographic below for a detailed explanation of each skill required in the coming years! Think you have got these skills covered. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
Infographic by: Top10OnlineColleges.org