Sure, but first we need to reinvent 21st-century careers for century-long lives
Posted by Jeff Schwartz, David Mallon, on February 8, 2019.
Of all the trends and topics we talk with organizations about, there’s one that consistently causes an almost visceral response: careers. The way careers are changing, the evolving relationship between workers and employers, and what it even means to have a career today are causing people a lot of anxiety, both in the business context of managing a workforce and personally, as individuals managing their own work life. Is all the angst warranted? There’s no doubt careers have changed and will keep changing, and with change comes uneasiness. But there’s also great opportunity for reimagining and reinventing rewarding careers.
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