“Get a Degree, and You Will Get a Job”
Just decades ago, because few people had college degrees, a higher education guaranteed offers of good jobs. But as more people earn higher degrees, the market value of a college education decreases.
Many graduates have difficulty finding jobs in their fields. Expanding education and raising academic standards have not provided a solution.
No matter where you are or what you do, if you live on Earth you are caught up in a global revolution. That’s why its called ‘global’.
Educational pioneers designed the first mass education systems to provide a qualified workforce for the industrial markets.
In the 1960s, companies needed more workers with academic qualifications, and the number of people seeking higher degrees increased. This increase continued with the growing demands of the “knowledge economy.”
In the last 40 years, the number of college graduates increased from one in five people to one in two. But there’s a change in the horizon, a different revolution.
Are we equipped to deal with it? Or are we going to be one of the casualties.
“The more complex the world becomes, the more creative we need to be to meet its challenges.”
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