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Where Will Jobs Be Created and Lost in the Next 5 Years?

Jeff, Kristin, and Mark discuss the occupations where the most jobs will be created and lost in the next five years, according to the World Economic Forum.

“Analytical and creative thinking skills take the top spots for what companies are expecting from workers right now,” notes CNBC. “Self-efficacy skills, including being resilient, flexible and agile, being motivated and self-aware, and curious and committed to lifelong learning, round out the top five.”

Listen here to learn more:

The WEF Future of Jobs Survey brings together the perspective of 803 companies – collectively employing more than 11.3 million workers – across 27 industry clusters and 45 economies from all world regions. The Survey covers questions of macrotrends and technology trends, their impact on jobs, their impact on skills, and the workforce transformation strategies businesses plan to use, across the 2023-2027 timeframe.

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