The world is entering the 4th Industrial Revolution.  Developments in various fields are forming the foundation for a comprehensive revolution.  Monetisation will occur in virtually everything.  Consumption, production and employment created by the new revolution will imply major challenges and require individuals and employers to adapt. The technological revolution will interact with broader socio-economic, geopolitical and demographic drivers of change.  Entire industries will have to adjust and  most occupations will undergo fundamental transformation.  Some jobs are threatened by dismissal based on ‘operational requirements’ and others will grow rapidly and the skill sets required to do them will also change.

Read: The Future of Jobs Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. published by the World Economic Forum on 18 January 2016