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Future Jobs and the Skills Needed to Get Them, Part One

It is no secret that the job market is ever-changing. That is why NUITEQ is invested in this trending topic and has created a whitepaper to examine the ways in which you can set yourself up for success and prepare for future jobs that don’t yet exist.

We know what you might be thinking: how am I meant to prepare for a job if I know little about it? This is precisely the problem we tackle in our whitepaper. NUITEQ’s VP of Strategy and Content, Dr. Edward Tse outlines which skills and attitudes are needed in order to thrive in today’s job market in an in-depth report.

The World Economic Forum predicts that by 2022, 75 million jobs will be lost to automation or redundancy. This number can be scary. But we hope this number motivates you to acquire new skills and learn more about which proven teaching approaches can be scaled to classrooms around the world using technology.

To learn more about how schools can prepare students for jobs that have yet to be created, please download our free whitepaper for a more detailed examination of this often overlooked topic.

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NUITEQ® is a collaborative software company that enables educational institutions to add value through smarter human interaction.

Designed to support digitilization, productivity, and augmented learning in schools, Snowflake, NUITEQ’s educational software solution enables educators to enhance interactive learning. It helps reduce lesson planning time, offers the tools needed for personalized learning, and provides a safe environment for authentic feedback in a collaborative setting.

Snowflake empowers digital natives’ expressive learning through memorable digital storytelling.

Customers in over 70 countries have chosen the award-winning Snowflake software.

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