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Is it time for a Learning Pension?

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Just as we invest into investments and pensions to build up our lifetime savings, should we also invest into our personal and professional development?


Statistics from McKinsey suggest that 50% of the work we do today will be automatable by 2030 and more than half of the jobs we see today may not exist by 2025, which means that we must invest in skills to prepare for that future. Do you agree? 

https://link.medium.com/NLZmaqhaY1


What do you think?

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Lynn Wood @ 2019.12.06 1:13 AM
Yes it is- continuous learning is very important in today's world. People should invest in it themselves, not wait for their organisations to suggest and fund it. 


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