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The Human Skills Matrix Infographic

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Abbie Lundberg

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Lundberg Media

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Glenda Stump

Education Research Scientist
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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George Westerman

J-WEL Workforce Learning Faculty Advisor, Principal Research Scientist (MIT Sloan)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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The digital economy will require firms and individuals to change more rapidly than ever before in history to keep up with changing demands of business and technology. This is a workforce and public policy priority, but also the responsibility of higher education and employers. The Human Skills Matrix quantifies the critical skills and attributes that individuals will need in the rapidly changing workplace of the future. While digital skills and expertise will continue to play a big role in a variety of occupations and industries, it is the non-technical skills and attributes, which will be immune from machine replacement for the longest and will equip humans to thrive. For more information, visit the HSX web page.

Note: The Human Skills Matrix infographic dimensions are 11 in x 17 in (US tabloid size).
 

Topics: Future of Work

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