The Winter issue of Careering looks ahead to 2025: Future of Work
The latest issue of Careering magazine focuses on the theme “2025: Future of Work.” As work becomes increasingly automated, it allows humans to take on more complex tasks with robots handling the repetitive ones. At the same time, we see a decrease in the number of full-time positions available and the rise of more contract work. This edition explores how close the future is (2025 is the year autonomous vehicles are expected to be the norm) and how this will impact the skills we’ll need and the way we’ll work.
It also introduces a new column where career professionals reflect on the popular CERIC Guiding Principles of Career Development and how they are using them in practice.
Articles in this issue:
- The Death of the Full-Time Job?, by David Tal
- Online Reviews Emerging as Key Influence in Job Search, by Nathan Laurie
- How Do We Prepare Our Graduates to Prepare for Tomorrow?, by Philip D. Gardner
- Not Every Computer-Related Job Is IT, by Janet Miller and Randy Connolly
- The Changing World of Work, by Trudy Parsons
- Tales of the Elevator Operator, by Jeremy Auger
- The Future of the Canadian Workforce in the Digital Society, by Dragana Martinovic and Viktor Freiman
- Skills for an Automated Future, by Patrick Snider
…and much more, including:
Careering magazine is Canada’s Magazine for Career Development Professionals and is the official publication of CERIC. It is published three times a year both in print and as an emagazine, including select content in French. Subscribe to receive your free copy. You can also access past issues for free online.
Interested in contributing to Careering? The Spring-Summer 2018 issue will be “Diversity & Pluralism.” The submission deadline is April 12, 2018. Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to submit an article for publication.