Thinking About the Future: Education and Training Needs for the Workforce of the FutureKansas Business & Economic Review (2002)
We work in a “new economy,” and we live in an “information age.” Phrases like these are common, and reflect the vast changes in the nature of work and life that are taking place as the result of the diffusion of new technologies, especially in the areas of computing and information technology. How are these developments affecting the skills that workers will need in the future to succeed and prosper? What should educators be doing to help prepare the next generation of workers to facilitate their transition from school to work and enable them to find rewarding careers?
Publication DateSpring 2002
Citation InformationJoshua L. Rosenbloom. "Thinking About the Future: Education and Training Needs for the Workforce of the Future" Kansas Business & Economic Review Vol. 25 Iss. 1 (2002)
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