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Do today’s school-leavers know enough about the jobs of the future?

24th January, 2016
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Ethical hacker, multi-platform narrator, hydroponic farmer, web history archivist, climate change insurer; these are the jobs Britain’s Commission for Employment and Skills recently identified as the key jobs of 2030.

If you’re not quite sure what some or all of them are, you are not alone.

Predicting the jobs of the future has become a popular sport in these days of rapid changes in technology, and the way careers are organised.

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