Human+ Skills for the Future of Work
Compiled from millions of government data points and online profiles, Robot-Ready examines the need for human+ skills as we move into the future of work
Some say that STEM skills are the most critical skills in the age of automation. Others think only the uniquely “human” skills of the liberal arts will survive.
We believe it’s both. The most valuable workers now, and in the future, are those who combine technical knowledge with human skills.
Rather than pit a college education against workforce training, we advocate integrating both in the learning process. Learn more in Robot Ready: Human+ Skills for the Future of Work.
The Real, Long-term Labor Market Outcomes of Liberal Arts Grads
Depending on who you ask, liberal arts graduates are either headed for a lifetime of serving coffee as a barista or are capable of doing absolutely anything. Most of these bold claims have little data underpinning them, so Strada Institute for the Future of Work joined forces with Lightcast to get some definitive answers. Download The Real, Long-term Labor Market Outcomes of Liberal Arts Grads.