Future of Work

Last Updated 03/08/2024

Refers to the projection of how work will get done in the future, often viewed over a ten-year timeline. “FOW” thinking typically incorporates the impact of technological advances, changing demography, increasing globalization, and market forces on the work we do and how we do it. Most FOW studies note the proliferation of low wage work, the digital divide, workforce shortages, and increased workforce transitions as likely characteristics of the work of the future, for which solutions will be needed.

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