Technology and globalization will continue to be a factor in every job and in every sector, causing many of today’s positions to be radically transformed or disappear altogether by 2030. With transition comes the opportunity to innovate and create the next generation of jobs right here in Florida.
It is important to prepare tomorrow’s graduates and workforce for the workplace demands of the future. A look at the types of jobs currently open across Florida point to one trend that’s likely to continue – the need for more Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) training. STEM jobs are expected to grow 3 times faster than non-STEM jobs well into the future.
To be part of the conversation on innovation and preparing tomorrow’s workforce, join us at the Future of Florida Forum on September 28-29, in Orlando.