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Skills for Future Jobs in Vietnam

The machines are coming. What do we do so that humans will dominate the machines? What researchers are telling us is that we need to develop human skills, such as, management, leadership, working in teams, complex problem solving and anything that requires a human touch.

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Mathias

Submitted 11:56 am, July 30, 2018

As stated by others, I also think that these conclusions apply broadly to many markets and economies. Great video, very to the point. Thanks!

Mariam

Submitted 10:46 am, July 11, 2018

..good if 'lost' jobs are quickly substituted by new jobs working with technology

David

Submitted 8:39 am, July 10, 2018

Good interest information

AYOMIDE

Submitted 1:56 am, June 22, 2018

Lifelong Learning with special focus on relevant future skills will be helpful. Excellent Presentation

Ram

Submitted 3:23 pm, June 20, 2018

that sound solid. I am looking for human skill courses from world bank

Delwar

Submitted 4:29 pm, June 13, 2018

Good

Ki

Submitted 4:48 am, June 10, 2018

Interesting!

Phuong Minh

Submitted 11:38 am, June 6, 2018

Interesting talk. I can't help but wondering whether this is applied across the region. It doesn't seem to be something particularly mapped to Vietnam.

Dr. Illakkuvan

Submitted 4:22 am, June 5, 2018

We need to develop human skills, such as, management, leadership, working in teams, complex problem solving and anything that requires a human touch=Excellent Thoughts!

Yatin

Submitted 12:55 am, June 5, 2018

Interesting...

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