The Global Future of Work

Aug 05th 2015

Short Description:

Senior Research Analyst Jillian Walker and Benjamin Whitehead, Research Analyst, hosted a webcast on the Future of the Global Workforce. The industry experts discussed key points that affect various industries, followed by a live question-and-answer session.

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Jillian Walker, Senior Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan



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Benjamin Whitehead, Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan


You Will Discover:

This analyst briefing will explore the labor market in 2025. Specifically, we'll discuss how global social, political, and economic trends emerging today—for example, the rise of Millennials and the march toward further globalization—are influencing what tomorrow’s labor force will look like and the values that those future workers will hold.

Topics covered will include:

  • Demographics shifts, as Millennials constitute the bulk of 2025’s labor force and many societies rapidly age
  • Skills-demand preparation, as economies compete for workers in the industries of tomorrow
  • The emergence of new employment models, as connectivity and the Internet-based economy grows
  • The influence of international organizations on future labor goals
  • Employment share trends by sector for developing and developed economies


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