We are living in a fast-paced, digital era where 65% of children entering primary school today, will work in jobs that do not currently exist. These same children will never need to get a driver’s license due to self-driving cars.
The nine-to-five job with a lunch hour no longer exists. We live with our phones within 3 meters of us 24 hours a day. The world has changed, and we are running to keep up with it. It is this chaos and beauty that has led to more people evacuating the corporate world, whether it be because it is too fast paced or too slow to implement the needed changes. The worldwide workforce is shifting away from traditional roles and toward a flexible freelance economy. As roles diversify and economic pressure mounts, people are becoming more intentional and more hands-on in their own career planning.