New Era & new employment opportunities

Arts & Culture Editorial Lifestyle
The times change and, with them, the fashions, the customs, and the way of life.

The technological and digital revolution is booming and brings with it a new generation, the "millennials" who, like fish in the water in the ocean of the internet, have contributed to the creation of new types of employment.

Some are a present reality, which can easily be verified by accessing the network and seeing the repercussion that have.

Others are a look to the future because, according to the Institute for the Future (IFTF) of Palo Alto, 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not yet been created. In fact, for Simon Dolan, WWi Advisory Board and CEO The Global Future of Work Foundation, community of the first labor innovation research center (Valkyrie), most of the jobs of the future will be those that are included in the "White Collar Jobs" "(Intensive professions related to the use of the computer).

Beyond statistics, and in a more human dimension, keys such as teleworking, flexible schedules, and turning social networks into the office, and the "smartphone" or the personal computer into employment tools, are some of the traits that share several of the most modern jobs of the moment.