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How to prepare young adults for the future of work

It is true that having a degree or any kind of education is essential. For this reason, parents are even more concerned about what kind of education their children are receiving these days. When we talk about having a degree, years ago only a selected few would be fortunate enough to pursue higher education. There were jobs that didn’t require extensive knowledge of tech-related subjects, as well as a high level of education.

However, as years pass, the rules are changing and so is technology. The tech market has been growing so fast that there are new kinds of roles created every other day. As a result, the nature of how we live and work has also changed. This also spurs the creation of new subjects to learn. In effect, schools needed to redesign their curriculums in order to provide students with the right knowledge to be prepared for the future of work.

We are living in a digital age. For this reason, almost all the things we can see and touch are results of tech advancements—starting from simple things like toys to more complex things like robots or even self-driving cars. So, if you really want to give your children a good education in order to have more job opportunities in the future, you should consider putting them on the right path by learning tech[1]related skills. Here’s a list of some skills that are highly in-demand and will likely increase your children’s chances to land a well-paid job when tomorrow comes.

Machine Learning: As the name suggests, it is an application of artificial intelligence that gives machines the ability to “learn”. It allows systems to improve from experience, even if they weren’t particularly programmed for some tasks. Machine learning is used by several companies these days. For example, Google has been using machine learning to develop and create a smart chatbox. The company’s chatbox is able to analyze all the messages received in order to understand what has been said. Then, it will figure out possible responses that would answer the queries received. Also, the more you “teach” the chatbox, the more sophisticated the responses will be. Interesting, right?

JavaScript: JavaScript is a programming language that has also become very popular these days. Using JavaScript, web developers are able to build websites from scratch very easily. For this reason, there is no doubt that you can find use cases of JavaScript everywhere. As days pass, even more companies are starting to use JavaScript to create more visually-appealing websites. For example, companies like Microsoft use JavaScript to create its Edge web browser. Microsoft has also developed a version of NodeJS for IoT apps. On the other hand, Paypal has been using JavaScript to design and develop the front end aspect of its website.

 SQL: As mentioned, we are living in a digital era, and as a result, companies have to deal with big amounts of data every day. With the use of technological devices, there is more and more data to be gathered out there. Nowadays, companies use data for multiple purposes including making smart data-driven decisions that can increase their profits. Data also helps companies to understand their customers better.

For this reason, a tool that is able to manage and store data in a methodical way is highly needed. That where SQL comes into the picture. SQL is a versatile programming language that helps companies deal with data in an efficient way. As a result, the demand for professionals that are equipped with this skill is also increasing.

Conclusion: The future is being reshaped and so is education. For this reason, if you want to provide your children with skills that will guarantee a future for them, consider one of the three skills listed above or many other tech-related abilities. Indeed, tech is the future of work.

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