Melton City Council and Melton Learning are proud to sponsor a fantastic event coming to Melton on Wednesday August 15 @ 7pm.
The Brimbank Melton Local Learning & Employment Network (BMLLEN) will be showcasing the amazing work of the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) as they present The Future of Work.
Young people are going to have 17 jobs in their lifetime. Or so the research says. That’s a lot of job applications, and a whole bunch of awkward first days at work.
FYA have conducted extensive research over the past five years and have compiled various reports to share the findings with not only young people, but anyone interested in the current and future world of work.
Launched in 2015, the Foundation for Young Australians’ (FYA) New Work Order research series, encompassing six reports to date, has analysed how disruption to the world of work has significant implications for young Australians.
FYA’s research has identified a core set of transferrable enterprise skills, such as digital literacy, problem solving and creativity that will be needed to thrive in the future of work. It shows employers are already demanding and paying a premium for these skills.
So, come along to this presentation and bring your young people to find out what they can expect in the New Work Order.