Employers are constantly stressing the need for workers who can collaborate
on teams. Meanwhile, the evidence on how automation effects employment remains inconclusive. (Other studies have posited that robots might be improving productivity
, rather than costing jobs.) But while it might be too soon to start bracing
for a dystopian no-jobs future, itâ€™s not too early to think about whether people are learning the right skills theyâ€™ll need to succeed in tomorrowâ€™s workforce.