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Employment Trends Quiz
Looking for a career change? Not sure if you're on the right track for a promotion? Worried about how quickly technology is changing your job? Taking the next step is challenging if you are unsure how jobs will change over the next few years. This free Employment Trends Quiz is a fun and informative way to assess your awareness of the future of work and learn about the changes that could be in store.
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What people are saying
I'm so glad I took this quiz! It's given me a good perspective on the future and how new technologies and jobs are transforming work so quickly.
Automation is an obvious trend. It was interesting and helpful to know what others think about the future of work. Thank you!
I like that you've included links to articles about the future of work. It is a very timely and important topic for me! Keep up the great work!
I never would have thought that artists are at risk of being replaced by automation! This quiz helped me see what's coming, so I can get my head around it before things happen.
It's fascinating to see how differently people perceive how they will acquire income in 5 years and what they think our future will look like.
The Employment Trends Quiz takes just a few minutes to complete and will help you determine your awareness of the new world of work and how it could impact your career. The quiz covers topics such as the growing adoption of automation and robotics, the need for new skills and talents, changes in the workplace, and employment types. By answering a series of questions, you will receive a personalized guidance report with tips to stay ahead of the curve. Stay informed about employment trends and future-proof your career with the Employment Trends Quiz!
How is Employment Changing?
Future jobs will allow flexibility like never before. Working full-time at one company is no longer the only option. Here are the four primary ways for workers to be employed to earn a living:
refers to the work performed by individuals that use an App to select and perform simple tasks.
Tours of Duty
refers to the work performed by individuals based on a limited life contract where the employee and employer agree on the purpose of the relationship, the expected benefits, and the term of the agreement.
refers to the work performed by individuals on a project or part-time basis for their specialist skills.
refers to work performed by individuals employed on a full-time basis by an employer
The future of work will require us to cooperate, collaborate, and partner with automation and robots. With automation and robots performing repetitive tasks, people will perform higher-level cognitive tasks and work in teams. These new ways of working will require competencies not currently taught by our education systems, such as:
Social and emotional intelligence skills to enable effective communication, cooperation, collaboration, and conflict resolution
Creativity, curiosity, compassion, and courage
Awareness of the current and future work trends paves the way for you to adapt and help yourself stay relevant.
Accepting the New Trends in Employment
Concern about a "jobless future" has never been greater. Researchers and leaders suggest that workers will increasingly be a surplus to what organizations need in a world of automation and artificial intelligence (AI).
Or, as Stanford University's Jerry Kaplan says in his best-selling book, it won't be long before "humans need not apply." The need of the hour is to move beyond fear toward adapting to the new world and adopting the practices and awareness of what the future may hold.
Why should I take this quiz?
The future of work is being shaped by two powerful forces: the growing adoption of automation and robotics in the workplace and the need for new skills and talents.
What changes could be in store for the workplace, the workforce, and the nature of work itself? What is my current level of awareness of the future of work? Can I be in the right place at the right time? How will technology change in the coming years?
Take this quiz to get answers to these questions.