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The reskilling revolution is a much-needed step forward

The WEF has published almost 100 future jobs with required skills.

Selfactory co-founder and technical director Iveta Tonhauserová(right)Selfactory co-founder and technical director Iveta Tonhauserová(right) (Source: Facebook/Selfactory)

The World Economic Forum has published Jobs of Tomorrow, a report on future jobs and required skills.

With new jobs expected to be created, Selfactory co-founder Iveta Tonhauserová explains what new skills people in Slovakia need to acquire.

A career in the IT sector may be a good choice for people in the future. The WEF report also details other industries in which people can potentially find jobs.

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Other study materials:

Glossary: Future jobs will prompt us to upgrade skills Read more  Post-coronavirus demand for health workers to grow Read more  From a manufacturing hall to something better. Industry 4.0 could redefine Slovakia Read more 

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