That is certainly a great insight, although how can we predict for today’s generation Z what career…
Vaidehi Supatkar
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Thanks, Vaidehi. Traditional curriculums are not necessarily the problem, especially if they focus on the fundamentals of knowledge as well as conceptual frameworks rather than on the learning of facts and tools that will become obsolete with progress. It is not possible to predict future careers, but we can assume cognitive, creative, and social skills will be more valuable than highly codified capabilities. However, new technologies will not just replace jobs but also amplify the value of many current professions and create new careers.

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