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Why are good soft skills important? Advances in technology and automation are leading to a decrease in jobs and career choices. Futurologists predict this trend is set to continue in sectors such as transport, accountancy, law and customer services.
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“By 2021 a disruptive tidal wave will begin. Solutions powered by AI/cognitive technology will displace jobs, with the biggest impact felt in transportation, logistics, customer service and consumer services.”
Brian Hopkins. Forrester Report
In addition to this the culture of social media has led to an increase in screen use for simple conversations. We live in a wonderfully connected world, however methods of communicating are creating a damaging social dynamic, leading to a decrease in quality soft skills and human interaction. Check out Susan Greenfield’s TED talk; Ted Talk: Susan Greenfield: technology and the human mind.
With these issues in mind, it’s more important than ever to re-invest in ouselves and each other, at work and at home.
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