Lower levels of work experience and less-developed skill sets make young people one of the most impacted by the future of work. A natural orientation to digital environments, openness to learning new things, and a portfolio of unique experiences (travel, volunteering, extracurricular, etc.) can also make them well-positioned for adapting to change and the opportunities the future of work brings. As machines and automated software handle more common workplace functions - up to half over the next six years1- their ability to adapt to this change in entry-level work will be put to the test.
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