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World Education Services and LMIC’s Future of Work Annotated Bibliography synthesizes the latest research findings. To ensure that policymakers and stakeholders are equipped with needed tools and insights, new reports are added regularly.


The future of work continues to evolve, and despite our work shifting towards the now of work during the start of the pandemic, the future of work has once again become the focus. It is essential now more than ever to address gaps and vital elements in labour market information to help policymakers and stakeholders shape the future of work.

New entries added on 2022-01-26 are marked with a symbol: NEW

Total Articles: 83
March 10, 2022 | Gooch, E., Chaktsiris, M., Jae, K., Patterson, L., Suleman, S., Urban, M. C., Cukier, W., & Luke, R.
Key Takeaway: To demonstrate mastery, micro-credentials must be agile, responsive and flexible; created collaboratively by educators, employers and learners; and focused on developing workplace-related skills and competencies.
February 1, 2022 | TRIEC.
Key Takeaway: Canada must ensure that immigrants access supports and resources to help their inclusion, integration and retention in the labour market.
Jan 1, 2022 | Schwedel, A., Root, J., Allen, J., Hazan, J., Almquist, E., & Devlin, T.
Key Takeaway:  The relationship between workers and employers is changing, requiring firms to change their approach to attracting and retaining talent.  
Nov 1, 2021 | Challenge Factory.
Key Takeaway: Workforce Architecture is Challenge’s Factory new digital magazine and research exchange, which includes articles about challenges and innovations in the world of work.
September 14, 2021 | RBC Thought Leadership.
Key Takeaway: We need more labour, upskilling and a shift to digital technology to meet the future demands in the trades sector.  
September 7, 2021 | Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Key Takeaway:  The survey demonstrates the value of individual social and emotional skills in relation to life outcomes. 

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