The job market evolves constantly. Fueled by the rapid growth of technology, industry demands critical 21st century skills. Today’s students must be prepared for jobs which do not yet exist. It is estimated that 85% of jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet (Institute for the Future, 2017). “New categories of jobs will emerge, partly or wholly displacing others” (World Economic Forum, 2018).
Tomorrow’s workforce must be adept critical thinkers. They must problem solve and innovate lest they be replaced by robots. There is a pressing need for educators to provide diverse experiences in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) — connecting passions to careers.
Technology offers a wide range host of new career fields that may seem of science fiction, but no… They are, in fact, on the brink of reality!
AR developer, nanobot programmer, and more – read the full article published on the ACTE Blog here.
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