How to get ready for industry ready professions?

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There is a lot of change happening in the workplace. As per a report of the World Economic Forum, 65 percent of the children who are studying in primary school will be employed in jobs that do not exist until now. At the same time, the existing jobs will be automated with the help of artificial intelligence. In such a scenario, getting ready for an industry-ready profession is a huge task. We have come up with some skills that will make it easier for the individual to cope up with the jobs.

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Focusing on soft skills

One must always encourage the students to become responsible for their own study. This can be done by individually studying or collaborating with other students. This will help them to develop complex problem-solving methods. Encouraging the students to think laterally will also help them to solve problems easily. The curriculum may limit a teacher, but the person should motivate the student to approach the subjects from a different angle. This will help them to hone new skills.

Humanities will not lose its relevance

Despite the rivalry between the two streams science and humanities, one must remember that humanities will not lose its relevance in the future. No matter how much Artificial Intelligence becomes important in the future, there will be a place for practitioners of arts and humanities. You may teach the student to understand codes, statistics, and algorithms. It is also important for that same student to understand the impact that these might have on society. Even if the workplace will be operated with the help of AI, the machines will be run by humans only. Hence developing critical thinking is very vital. Unless you know what effect a certain decision might have, you will not be able to stop negative repercussions. 

Encouraging digital literacy

In today’s times, students are more comfortable adjusting to the new technologies. There is a growing demand for professionals with digital knowledge among companies all over the world. Not all students have access to technology outside school. Hence its is vital to support those students and help them to hone their digital skills. 

Developing Resilience

It is very important for a student to have a resilient attitude. This means that the students will react to any kind of change with the confidence to adapt to the changing scenario. This mindset of growth is important if the student has to survive in the workplace. The student must be prepared for all kinds of uncertainty that they might face at the workplace. One must develop a positive bent of mind even after failing in a task. This is very important in today’s times.

The students who have developed this resilient attitude beforehand will be in a more advantageous position than their peers. Therefore, these are some of the essential skills that will come in handy for students when they begin their professional careers in any kind of industry.


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