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BBC Article on the Future of work and the likely skills needed

Monday 15 October 2018

it’s OK not to know your career path when you leave university – sometimes that won’t emerge until much later down the track,” Barber says. “We should remind kids that the pathway they select to start off with is unlikely to be their final pathway,

Was interviewed by #TheodoraSutcliffe who wrote this article for the @BBC on the #FutureOfWork

Some of my observations included with other people's thougts were:
“Collaboration and co-operation need to be foremost,” Barber says. “Things like mathematics or understanding how language is formed, the ins and outs of history, can be effectively carried by software programs and technology. But to be able to collaborate, co-operate and create new things, that’s still very human.”

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