Canada’s four big challenges for our future of jobs

A new study on the future of jobs and work by the McKinsey Global Institute warns that between now and 2030 as many as 375 million workers worldwide may need to switch occupations and learn new skills, as many of today’s jobs will be lost to automation.

It's expected there will be growth in jobs for health-care providers, engineers, scientists, accountants, analysts and other professionals, information technology and other technology specialists, managers and executives, educators, what they call creative (artists, performers, entertainers), builders and related professionals and manual and service jobs such as home-health aides and gardeners.Image courtesy of Flickr

PUBLISHED :Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 12:00 AM

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