The robots are coming!
In fact, they’re already here.
But not everyone needs to learn how to program robots to live along with them, but we all need to deal with them comfortably as we deal with people.
But will they be friends or foes? And what should be done by individuals to pray for success in this new world?
I just read an incredible statistic:
By the year 2020, the U.S. economy is expected to achieve 55 million jobs and 24 million of these jobs for robots. Any 48 percent of new jobs, according to the Georgetown Center on education and the workforce, will focus their skills on a combination of solid intellectual skills and personal skills, such as active listening, leadership, communication, analysis, and management competencies.
It may be tempting to suggest that everyone should learn data analysis, the workplace is changing very quickly so that any one system to secure job opportunities for someone.
If half the future posts does not exist today, there is no sure way to prepare them.
Instead of focusing on a specific set of skills or difficult field of study, it is best to develop the mental growth and learning how to learn effectively.
There is another interesting thing I just read is that despite the crisis of underemployment of graduates but it began to show signs of transformation.
They STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines to provide good jobs while their peers in liberal arts is weak in return. But the areas of STEAM technology workers will not be prevented from being professional.
Here you will give people a chance to change the job description regardless of the area in this uncertain future.
Work skills are expiring, Automation is taking over:
More innovation, intelligence, human problems and adaptability. Research suggests six key competencies required by employers, including persuasion, time management, positive change.
Another important aspect of re-skill in the workplace and is being self motivated.
Learning cannot end when the formal education ends. Opening up of mental growth means to take your career in directions previously unforeseen.
It doesn’t matter if you are a student not excited in the classroom or you get bad grades.
Today adults cannot rely on employers to hone their learning and development they need, and they can’t choose withdrawal and retirement.
You can learn online!
The good news is that you can control your learning now by taking online courses.
You can choose the time and place for you, plus teacher’s choice that suits you, you can follow lectures and homework on your favorite device, and you can return at any time to renew your information.
Online courses can facilitate interaction with instructors and colleagues.
I talked to people around the world who have described themselves as “losers curriculum in school” but they discovered their love for learning when they had a hand in developing some appropriate conditions for them and their needs.
Most people don’t realize learning opportunities available through the Internet.
On Udemy, for example, you can learn difficult skills such as programming and design, and you can also strengthen your communication skills, project management, or understand what it takes to become an effective leader.
Media is exaggerating!
The media loves to show the complexities of automation that the robots will steal human jobs.
This is not that serious yet, but complacency is dangerous. Technology challenges, but provides opportunities for those who are willing to seize them.
In the 21st century, learning new things raises the majors from the rest.
And those who kept the current difficult skills through continuous learning and who keep on developing their skills will do what robots can do.
So don’t waste your time for fear of robots. Using that as a motivation, learning, and growth.