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BRIEFINGPAPERSOPEN TECHTRENDS

Education Trends

Digital Transformation

Labour Market Trends

Digital Professions

Current andFuture Digital Jobs

Index

Digital Revolutionof Education 4.0.0 t

Summary

This report summarised the evolution and requirements of the educational system along with the fourth industrial revolution 4.0. Digitalization, artificial intelligence, and portable computing have led to new learning scenarios transforming traditional education into a new model that teachers have to adapt and innovate to cope with new generations' expectations. The fourth industrial revolution (IR 4.0) brought about a state of change in education. IR 4.0 is disciplined by artificial intelligence and digital-physical frames, making the human-machine

interaction even extra versatile. By preparing students for the next life and working with IR 4.0, you can replace people working in specific fields with smarter robots. Education requires the use of relevant information and skills that cannot be replaced by robots.

Digital Revolution of Education 4.0

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Conclusions from research

The growth of modern research shows that education should keep pace with the student world and provide them with a secure and sustainable future. Education 4.0 uses unique technology and tools Education 4.0 to create a similar environment for both, ensuring that the educational experience is similar to the work experience. Therefore, Education 4.0 is a more realistic and practical learning method, which can produce excellent results for student learning.

Digital Revolution of Education 4.0

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Digital Responsibility

Student Led-Learning

Innovating Pedagogy

Education Recommendations

According to Linda Castañeda, Professor at the Department of Didactics and School Organization at Universidad de Murcia “the most interesting technologies in schools and classrooms are those that can be run by more than one person, that can help us support a collective. Technologies can help us build spaces of learning in a more social and material way.” This is why it’s important to recognize three prominent trends in Spain’s K-12 classrooms: Digital Responsibility, Innovating Pedagogy, and Student-led Learning.

Future of education and skills

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Students need support in developing not only knowledge and skills but also attitudes and values, which can guide them towards ethical and responsible actions. At the same time, they need opportunities to develop their creative ingenuity to help propel humanity towards a bright future. According to Andreas Schleicher, Director of the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills, “Education is no longer about teaching students something alone; it is more important to be teaching them to develop a reliable compass and the navigation tools to find their own way in a world that is increasingly complex, volatile and uncertain. Our imagination, awareness, knowledge, skills and, most important, our common values, intellectual and moral maturity, and sense of responsibility is what will guide us for the world to become a better place”

DigitalTransformationTrends

Summary

While the digital economy is booming, the demand for many traditional, high-paying professionals like lawyers, accountants, academics and middle management is decreasing due to what’s being called the robot revolution. Fortunately, there are new industries where hierarchies aren’t well-established because the skills required to do the work have only been around for a few years. It is these new industries that will drive the next economic boom..

Digital Transformation Trends

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Conclusions from research

As colleges and universities embrace technological innovations, their priority is improving the student experience — and providing high-quality learning tools for the growing number of diverse learners. A recent survey of 62 higher education decision-makers conducted by the Center for Digital Education (CDE) identified the following technologies as vital to digital transformation: digital content (58%), student information systems (SISs)/learning management systems (LMSs) (44%), and automation technologies (39%).

One thing is certain—life will never return to the pre-corona era. Taking into account the trends that have emerged in the academic field during these pandemic days, we can make certain intelligent extrapolations. Education, an engine of change, plays a vital role in ensuring quality of life. Its style is bound to undergo a significant transformation.

Digital Transformation Trends

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No hands-on skill can be developed without the close guidance of an instructor. Online teaching of children in lower standards will not be effective, since their movements have to be continuously monitored by the teacher.

On the flip side:

Video lectures can be viewed repeatedly whenever students feel comfortable. They can derive the benefits of lessons from the best educators in the world.

Merits of online programmes:

A blended system that combines traditional classroom teaching and online exercises would gain popularity. Students may be able to get two or even more degrees simultaneously from the same or different universities in the online mode.

Other Impacts:

Traditional teacher cannot easily change as an effective online teacher. This calls for the massive online training of millions of teachers.

Style of OnlineCourses

Recommendations

NewDigitalProfessionsdifital.0 t

Summary

The Digital Revolution is a lasting pillar of the professional topography exceeding the technical and mechanical positions, that it conquered until the beginning of the 21st century, to a strong lead in all and every working field available, something that was made particularly clear in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic when almost every profession had to be digitally, in one way or another, interpreted. From culture to engineering, education to sports to e-marketing and entrepreneurship in all its shapes and forms.

Digital professions forge and are forged by the vast technological advancements and it is more than crucial for us to see how this interlinked dynamic can get the up to speed young professional ahead of their game!

New Digital Professions

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Conclusions from research

On the other hand, emerging professions also reflect the continuing importance of humanon in the new economy, giving rise to greater demand for care economy jobs; roles in marketing, sales and content production; as well as roles at the forefront of people and culture.That being said, with the eye-opening, while devastating, circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, that enforced remote work and digital skills’ absolute necessity, according to the annual multinational report of Linkedin of Jobs in the Rise for 2021 there is to be expected that more than 150 million technology-related jobs are expected to be added globally over the next five years as the ultimate sign of the current Digital Transformation.

According to the World Economic Forum’s report on “Jobs of Tomorrow | Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy” demand for both “digital” and “human” factors is driving growth in the professions of the future.

On the one hand, these professions reflect the adoption of new technologies—giving rise to greater demand for green economy jobs, roles at the forefront of the data and AI economy as well as new roles in engineering, cloud computing and product development. According to the World Economic Forum’s report on “Jobs of Tomorrow | Mapping Opportunity in the New Economy” demand for both “digital” and “human” factors is driving growth in the professions of the future.

Recommendations

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There is a great opportunity for enforcing capacity building courses, training and initiatives in companies that enforce familiarity with current digital developments and expand the digital skills of their staff, while enforcing the inclusion of digital professionals in the labour force.

Formal Education, Higher Education, Adult Education as well as Art and Cultural education have been transformed in the digital space making obvious the need for conducting specified courses that not only tutor people in using technology but that also inspire people to produce and be active players in the digital community of the present and future.

“The rise of remote work creates a democratization of opportunity, and a movement of skills all around the country. Companies in primary cities can hire talent from underrepresented groups. And in secondary cities, companies now have access to talent with a different set of skills.”- Linkedin Jobs on the Rise 2021

Changes inemployment

Changes in education

Changes in companie's management/processes

LabourMarketTrendsdifital.0 t

Summary

The digital economy has the potential to enhance productivity, income, and social well-being. It is creating job opportunities in new markets and increasing employment in some existing occupations. As digital technologies enable the production of more goods and services with less labour, they also expose some workers to the risk of unemployment or lower wages. They also enable changes in the organization of work, with implications for the capability of existing policies and programmes to ensure labour market inclusion, job quality, and skills development.

Labour Market Trends

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Conclusions from research

OECD recommends significantly to adapt succeeding in the new digitally enabled work environment: 14% of workers face a high risk that their tasks will be automated32% face major changes in the tasks required in their jobShifts in the workforce between appropriate jobs will be drastic, but the workforce will adapt to change. Rapid changes will take place later, probably in the 2050s. These changes will not consist in the demise of professions, but in the transformation of activities.

Some of them will be automated and people will be able to focus on new segments. At the same time, there will be a shift in employment from industry to services and the social sector. As a result of these changes, the skills requirements of the workforce will change, and the emphasis will be on soft and digital skills.

Recommendations

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Support of the development of “Knowledge-Creating Company” - business strategies focused on the work with data, development and keeping the processes.

Focus on the digital and soft skills development reflecting the labour market needs (employer´s requirements) – development of Eu and national educational strategies (connection between companies and schools), emphasizing of the long-life education.

More flexible working forms mainly in the context of COVID-19 (employee sharing, job sharing, interim management, casual work, home working, portfolio work, crowd employment, collaborative employment)

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Changes in education

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Currentand FutureDigital Jobsdifital.0 t

Summary

As with most aspects of our lives, globalization is bound to have a massive impact in the labour market, with prospects pointing to job creation related to new technologies (data, AI, cloud computing…), but also to sectors that will demand a greater human interaction (marketing, health, sales…). These changes are already occurring, and at a fast pace; because of that, new talent is hard to find, as people’s skills are not keeping up with the needs of the market. There is also a notorious skills gap between the professionals in traditional jobs (many of which are at risk of being automated) and the new generations joining the workforce, many of whom are digital natives..

Labour Market Trends

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Current and Future Digital Jobs

The World Economic Forum highlights four trends that will shape the job market of the future:The change and acceptance of new technologies The evolution of learning The ability to follow the right skills to perform tasks The mobility of talent The fast changes in the job market result in unprecedented opportunities - futurists predict that "65% of children entering primary school today will have a type of job that doesn’t exist yet" - but also in the extinction of

jobs in areas related toadministration, manufacturing and production, which will be automated.As such, professionals whose abilities combine technical and multifunctional skills, as well as those who privilege lifelong learning and flexible accreditation, will have an advantage..

Recommendations

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Fostering an environment of “lifelong learning” which will allow older generations of workers to keep their skills updated.

Developing a cooperative work with enterprises, in order to predict business needs and help students acquire needed skills. Also, education methods should integrate technology to promote interaction and digital learning..

Making choices and investments that promote job creation in the digital economy.

Changes inemployment

Changes in education

Changes in companies' management/processes

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