Future of Work

Here's why the world of work urgently needs to put skills first

With automation, machine learning, and collaboration tools quickly becoming integrated into the way construction projects are managed, workers with tech skills are necessary. Image: Anamul Rezwan for Pexels

Ryan Roslansky

Chief Executive Officer, LinkedIn

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Recent LinkedIn data shows that the skills sets for jobs have changed by around 25% since 2015 – and by 2027 that number is expected to double Image: LinkedIn

The good news is that many of the top skills in fast-growing and higher-paying roles are similar to skills in other fields Image: LinkedIn

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