SDG 04: Quality Education

How higher education can adapt to the future of work

A virtual anatomy class at the UNLV School of Medicine in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Farnam Jahanian

President, Carnegie Mellon University

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Some 14% of jobs in OECD member countries are highly automatable and 32% will be radically transformed.
Some 14% of jobs in OECD member countries are highly automatable and 32% will be radically transformed. Image: OECD Employment Outlook 2019

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