Reskilling for an automated future

New technologies were reshaping the future of work even before the pandemic increased reliance on automation and remote working. Now, 25 percent more workers may need to switch occupations—making reskilling essential. And like many other workplace challenges, automation disproportionately affects women and Black employees. For insights on adapting to the changing world of work, explore our recent research. And while you’re at it, try your hand at this week’s new “Future of Work” crossword.

The future of work after COVID-19

Today’s skills, tomorrow’s jobs: How will your team fare in the future of work?

The imperatives for automation success

The future of work in Black America

What’s next for remote work: An analysis of 2,000 tasks, 800 jobs, and nine countries

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