The labour-market of today bears little resemblance to its 1950s incarnation. Consequently, the skills demanded by employers have also changed. No longer are workers expected to follow-orders and complete manual, repetitive tasks.  Today’s workforce is expected to be highly adaptive with a set of foundational, transferrable skills. Sometimes these skill are abbreviated to the 4 C’s:

  • Creativity
  • Critical thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Communication

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