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Knowledge as currency - an industry thought event

August 13, 2019

In the emerging world of work, knowledge will be currency, soft skills will be more highly sought after, as many as 50% of current jobs will not exist in 20 years and today’s teenagers will likely navigate 17 employers and five careers in their lifetime.


These are some of the key points from an industry thought event held on July 30 at Melbourne’s The Capitol, hosted by LinkedIn, RMIT University and ACMI and attended by 500 interested in hearing about the trends and disruptions impacting workplaces.


Data presented at the event identified an ongoing move away from manufacturing and agriculture to service-based industries (including health care and social assistance) while reports from Deloitte and PWC show two out of every three jobs by 2030 will be soft skill intensive.


These shifts have combined to make human, business and digital skills “foundational for the new economy”.