Study: Future Skills – four scenarios for the world of tomorrow
What awaits our children? In future, will they only be able to go out on the streets with face masks, after having disclosed their health data? Are globalisation and liberal democracy obsolete models? Will there still be jobs for everyone? And would it be a bad thing if there weren’t?
The future currently seems more uncertain than ever before. Parents and the education system, which aims to make children and young people “fit for the future”, are facing particular challenges. While for decades we expected more prosperity, progress and freedom, the era of linear development seems to finally be over.
The new Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute study “Future skills” outlines four scenarios for the year 2050 and identifies the skills needed for these futures.