Over the next few years some jobs will ‘disappear’, but most are likely to be redesigned thanks to advances in artificial intelligence and the rapid changes in technology.
By developing your transferable skills and attributes further, you will be in a prime position to take charge and transit with ease to the next natural place.
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Time to give serious thought to this life-shaping question: What exactly are you going to do with the rest of your life? There has never been a better time than right now to change the course of your life and that means changing your career.
There are two different categories of skills; hard skills and soft skills, and employers are looking for a good mixture of both on your resume. While hard skills are often job-specific and include things that can be learned through trainings, soft skills are those which are more inherently part of your personality and difficult to be taught—thus, they are often considered more valuable.We will be focusing on soft skills which are able to be applied to any job and are considered timeless.
A multi-hyphenate career is a career path that is on the rise for many people today.
These days, being a generalist has its perks. It’s the role of the multi-hyphenate. The slash career. The polymath. The talent stack. The multi-path career. The gig economy. Whatever you want to call it, it’s here.