Prepared for FYA by AlphaBeta, 24 November 2016
There is an urgent need to shift mindsets in our approach to jobs, careers and work. New big data analysis provides us with insights into the patterns of skills young people now require to navigate complex and uncertain working lives. We must act now to ensure young Australians can thrive in the new world of work.
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The report has been covered widely by the media, including:
Careers can be divided into 7 clusters and not particular professions, Australian Financial Review, 23 November 2016
Entering the job market? Think skills, not just careers, ABC News, 24 November 2016
New study suggests students better off to train for job clusters, The Australia, 24 November 2016
From burger flipper to law clerk: New job study reveals there are THIRTEEN other careers that could suit you… so which would you do?, Daily Mail, 24 November 2016
Our careers education is flawed: we need to think about skills not jobs, The Guardian, 24 November 2016
How to prepare for the job market of the future, The New Daily, 24 November 2016