Employability concerns are on the minds of the leaders in higher education. In exploring the global skills gap, this paper endeavors to acknowledge that technology isn’t just going to change the way that we conduct education – it’s also going to change why we conduct education.
It outlines some of the concerns facing students, institutions, and employers as we approach – at uncertain pace – what Calum Chace terms ‘the economic singularity’.
In this whitepaper, we will be covering:
What skills are most coveted
Current practices that improve employability
The QS perspective on employability