Good decision-making skills are becoming more desirable to employers. The share of jobs requiring employees to make good decisions rose by 28% in 58 years.
Demand for MBAs has grown as the job market falters in the COVID-19 pandemic. European schools lead the rankings of providers, but US schools dominate overall.
Cognitive flexibility is the ability to adapt our behaviour to achieve goals in a new environment - and it may have helped us during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One-third of the world's children have missed remote learning during COVID-19. Investment's needed in connectivity, hardware, content and digital literacy.
Normally delivered by a famous figure, the commencement address offers graduates inspiration as they leave university and go into the professional world.
Reading can be a balm for our mental health - reducing stress and helping us sleep better. Sales of self-help books have doubled in the US since 2013.
COVID-19 forced schools around the world to close, with millions of students never returning. Education systems need support prioritize girls' education.
The International Labour Organization predicts tens of millions of jobs will have disappeared never to return post-pandemic.
World Refugee Day presents opportunity for sector players to reimagine educational approaches that will ensure continued access for refugee scholars.
If we are to prevent the pandemic from sapping the potential of an entire generation, it's time to teach resilience to Gen Z as a core skill.
Literature has the potential to open up discussions on race, allowing for reflection and to confront inequities, writes Professor of English Sarah Donovan.
The Reprise Project offers training for migrants to transform second-hand clothes into fashionable menswear, from a workshop in a southern Paris suburb.
Deloitte and the World Economic Forum are working to advance the top education solutions with the WorldClass Education Challenge on the UpLink platform.
Figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show a sharp rise in a job openings from April onwards, along with millions of Americans quitting their jobs.
Ryan Roslansky the CEO of LinkedIn, shares his advice for recent graduates, trying to launch their careers among the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.