Higher education for a changing world: ensuring the 100-year life is a better life


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This research was inspired by the anticipated change in age demographics of workers. Around half of those Australians aged 20 today can reasonably expect to live to 100. It is also known that Australians are already working for longer. How we work and what we work on will also be different, because the employment landscape and the nature of work itself is also changing dramatically. Rapid advancements in technology including robotics, artificial intelligence, sensors and big data will continue to transform the way we work. The '100-year life' has significant implications for education...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Lifelong learning; Tertiary education; Career development; Participation; Demographics

Keywords: Survey; Attitude; Learning motivation; Education and training needs; Skill upgrading; Workplace change; Future; Age

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: [Sydney, New South Wales]: Deloitte, 2018

Physical description: 40 p. (report) + infographic

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Resource type: Report, paper or authored book

Document number: TD/TNC 133.796

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