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These some of the trends likely to influence the world of work between now and 2022, according to the World Economic Forum's Future of Jobs report 2018.
As the growing presence of AI transforms the workplace, LinkedIn research into emerging skills around the world sheds light on a number of rising trends.
As companies and organizations struggle to keep pace with ever more inventive cyber scams, they need to remember that people, as well as technology, can provide solutions
Rapidly improving automated translation could help promote trade between nations who speak different languages – and break open the Anglophone world of work.
Will AI benefit the labour market over the next decade and beyond, or will it change it for the worse and replace human workers?
Artificial intelligence, automation and robotics may lead the way to a better work-life balance, say experts.
As many as 28 million workers could be displaced by technology over the next decade. Governments and businesses must come together to educate them for new roles.
Big companies can utlise smaller groups to solve large problems effectively - if they consider some key issues.