Gen Z ( Emloyable, Exam results, Touchscreen,) Gen ALPHA (Adaptable, Learning skills, Voice-recognition) The future of work, Massive changes are happening to the workforce, as some jobs disappear, and new jobs emerge. Generation Alphas will have careers in emerging fields such as cyber-security, app development and cryptocurrency. They will be lifelong learners, holding multiple jobs across multiple careers. They will also need to be adaptive, constantly upskilling and retraining to remain relevant to the changes anticipated as they move through their working life.
skills needed to thrive in the decade ahead. Competencies (digital skills, creativity, team work, communication skills, problem solving, presentation skills, and critical thinking)
Character qualities (curiosity, adaptability, social/cultural awareness, persistence, initiative, leadership). Generation Y teachers agree, seeing themselves as the first line of defence and will then refer on to other experts. The challenge for schools, however, is that almost a quarter of parents (24 per cent) believe schools should provide extensive individualised support for all wellbeing issues.
Generation Y parents seem to be driving this viewpoint, being more likely than Generation X parents to believe schools should provide extensive individualised support for all wellbeing issues.