future of work

"How do we make sure that everybody can make a living?"
Asked: What are the biggest challenges for the Fourth Industrial Revolution? My response: "Balance." -Craig Zamary All Rights
I've found a woman who perfectly embodies the future of work: Falon Fatemi. She is female, young, a minority, and the CEO of an exciting new startup.
Finally, an innovative technology company figured out that work model innovation is as important as business model innovation. Amazon's new 30-hour workweek option for some of their technical teams is the biggest work news since we got the weekend off almost a century ago.
We are all bombarded by content about millennials - how they study, work, buy, socialize and do virtually everything else. Demographers and researchers typically consider this magical generation as having been born between the early 1980s to the mid-1990s or early 2000s. The common premise is that millennials share characteristics that will have unique influence across industries, given the large population they represent.
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The relative wages that an employee gets paid for working in his or her "slaving job" today compared to what they were paid
The advent of new technology has historically moved society forward. Beginning with the onset of the Third Industrial Revolution
I was invited some time ago to speak at large banking conference about how machines are going kill bank jobs. I said I couldn't do it. Not because I don't think it can happen, but I prefer talking about the opportunities, which are huge, if we choose to create them. I suggest that the banks hold the keys to a future prospering economy.
Yet, email-centrism has a growing cadre of vocal critics, who point out that email often becomes a means of perpetuating
While it's been proven that driverless cars can indeed function without a person behind the wheel, another question comes to mind: What other human tasks are capable of being replaced by technology?
While the educational and career path of Afia Owusu-Forfie has taken her to the United States, her heart has never strayed far from her native Ghana.
In a world where we manage change in business instead of embracing it, it is not surprising that fear produces predictability and cookie cutter expectations at events. It is part of the current transactional nature of business that needs a reboot to match the 21st century human to human era.
It's graduation season, and one thing that is on most every college graduate's mind - aside from hitting the beach to celebrate - is "what kind of job am I going to get?" For high school grads, it's most likely, "What should I major in to ensure I get a good job after college?"
Yanis Varoufakis explains why universal income is an idea whose time has come.
What do you need to know -- about the new world of work, but also about yourself -- as you graduate and launch yourself into the world of work?