Robots took more jobs in North America during 2018 than any other year.
Autonomous shuttles drive people to work. Now, truck drivers worry they’ll be replaced.
Even journalists, lawyers, and medical professionals are losing out to artificial intelligence.
It’s not just job loss. Work itself is changing. Rapidly.
This isn’t a far-off future. It’s not science fiction.
This is real. It’s now.
Helping students make decisions about their future requires an understanding of new terminology, new employment relationships, and new expectations for continuous upskilling.
Navigating this new world of work using outdated strategies will only frustrate students. They’ll feel unprepared.
Learning new strategies and skills is easy. It starts with knowledge.
But, who has the time to figure this out? How does anyone even know what to say?
Let Tomorrow’s Workers help. I study the Future of Work, so you don’t have to.
In just one day, teachers can gain a thorough understanding of the Future of Work. Students can get excited about finding meaningful work in the 21st Century. And, parents can feel confident, even in these rapidly changing times.
Schedule a day at your school today.
Teachers, students, and parents can learn about the Future of Work through a variety of programs. Each designed to increase knowledge and understanding of what’s ahead for today’s students, tomorrow’s workers.
Each week, I explore new ideas, or work through old ones. My aim is help adults prepare and empower today’s students. So, when they become tomorrow’s workers they know how to advocate for themselves, and navigate an ever evolving world.
— Molly Snyder, Owner