Posted by The Catholic Leader
on 24 September 2019
REPARING the next generation for the workforce will require a huge shift in education and culture, according to a leading social researcher.
"Our world is changing, our work is changing, and therefore our approach needs changing," Ashley Fell has told Queensland's Catholic secondary school principals meeting in Townsville.
Young Australians Gen Z's, aged between 10 and 24 and now attending school will have very different expectations and attitudes about the work they want to do, and how they do it.
Tumultuous years ahead
"It's predicted they will have up to 18 jobs across six careers in their lifetime," Ms Fell, who is the communications team leader at the social research firm, McCrindle, said.
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(Source: By Mark Bowling, The Catholic Leader)