With so many different modes of feedback, the A.I. Behavioral analytics will analyze writing styles, patterns and speeds to measure competency and detect early signs of learning disabilities such as ADHD, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyslexia and even memory problems. • Equity: A special section introduces issues relating to equity in education: how important is pre-primary education, how does socio-economic background affect educational performance, how easy is it for older people to access education, and how wide is the gender gap? The better an employee knows his job, the more quickly and effectively he can complete it. Education at a Glance 2012: Highlights summarises the OECD’s flagship compendium of education statistics, Education at a Glance. The effect is particularly marked for the outcome of social trust, becoming stronger within the same people as they age. Carnevale, Jayasundera & Gulish, “America’s Divided Recovery: College Haves and Have Nots,” 2016, The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU, © The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities — APLU. On September 27th, The Hamilton Project will host an event focusing on the value of education, and opportunities to promote attainment and achievement in our K-12 system. If you are debating between stepping into the workforce or taking a detour to get some more education, consider the benefits that obtaining an education can provide. Now in digital form, materials are accessible to everyone and everything -- humans and machines -- and as a consequence they can become smart. 8. And while some point to jobs that need creativity, empathy and social skills, machines are even acquiring those skills. OECD iLibrary Where is the training for those skills? Copyright © 2016 IDG Communications, Inc. Today and in the future, it’s often the frictionless customer experience, often dubbed design thinking, that accelerates the pace of adoption of new technologies -- systems that are well-thought-out and implemented correctly. For high school graduates the same age, median earnings are $30,000 a year.5, Recent college graduates also weathered the Great Recession better than their peers with a high school diploma. When unemployment reached its peak in 2010, recent college graduates experienced an unemployment rate of 6.9 percent, compared with a jobless rate of 15.8 percent for all young workers. • Economic and social benefits of education: How does education affect people’s job prospects, and what is its impact on incomes? Identity, socioeconomic status, and wellbeing (external website), The wellbeing effect of education (PDF, 502Kb). The views expressed in this evidence briefing are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the ESRC. Those who hold graduate degrees earn even more, according to BLS statistics, indicating that there is a direct correlation between the money spent on education and the money you earn with a college degree. This increased risk of unemployment likely stems, at least in part, from the fact that these individuals aren’t qualified for as many jobs as their educated counterparts. For Generation X, whose members are often at greatest risk of being made redundant, these topics, and the subject matter underpinning them, would have had to have been included in the 1960s and 1970s curricula. Consider health and safety, prerequisites for leading a … Employment rate of 25-64 year-olds with tertiary education, by gender, 2010 This figure shows the differences in employment rates of men and women with higher levels of educational attainment. The education industry has a unique dilemma. In a world where educators are used to educating Generation Y, Z and -- eventually -- Alpha students for lifelong careers, what happens when jobs, at least for humans, in those careers -- and even across entire industries -- cease to exist? In general, people with higher levels of education have better job prospects; the difference is particularly marked between those who have attained upper secondary education and those who have not. And the easier the content is to absorb, the more potential we’ll realize. Just think what you could do with that... Matthew Griffin is an international speaker who advises CIOs and the boards of Fortune 250 and FTSE 100 organizations on the impact that emerging technologies and market trends will have on their businesses. Today, though, technology is replacing paralegals and, while I don’t take this view, there are skeptics in the legal profession who are publicly proselytizing that their industry will be completely automated by technology within 15 years. In the past, the majority of content was standardized, and the same materials were pushed out to every individual in the same way -- irrespective of ability or learning style. Today only 3 billion people are connected to the internet, but over the next decade new stratospheric network platforms like Google's Project Loon, Facebook's Project Aquila, and OneVu will connect the last 4 billion people, giving them all the same access that you and I take for granted. However, unlike the disruptions of yesteryear, where technology replaced blue collar jobs, today's technologies are replacing white collar knowledge workers, and it's this shift that could have dire consequences for you and your children’s career prospects. As the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics reports, the amount of education an individual obtains has a major impact on that person’s earning potential. directors as they will come to be known, will create rich, adaptive, personalized educational materials in real time. Timiraos and Zumbrun “The July Jobs Report in 15 Charts,” Wall Street Journal, 2016.3. BLS states that individuals with only a high school diploma earned on average $626 a week in 2009, and those with a bachelor's degree earned $1,025 a week during the same year. Generations Y, Z and Alpha have shown us that they can embrace new technologies like ducks take to water. However, the emphasis on education in today’s society makes it much harder for people with low levels of education to develop a positive social identity. As one student said when asked to describe today’s technology to a time-traveling  visitor from the 1800s: “In my hand, I hold all of the world’s information.”. In this paper, we divide the process of educational development into two aspects: the change in educational structure and the expansion of educational scale. Her work appears on eHow, Trails.com and RedEnvelope. Unlike the industry disruptions of the past, though, where jobs were destroyed but where new ones sprang up, worryingly no one, from the UN to the G8, has any idea what the jobs of the future might look like. Higher levels of education are associated with a wide range of positive outcomes - including better health and wellbeing, higher social trust, greater political interest, lower political cynicism, and less hostile attitudes towards immigrants. In this paper, the factors and the transmission mechanism of the influence that education has on employment are … She has been actively freelancing since 2008. Even now, in the “digital age,” the answer is very few. The good news is that many of today's modern millennial organizations have already embraced a culture of design thinking. Education at a Glance 2012: Highlights summarises the OECD’s flagship compendium of education statistics, Education at a Glance.It provides easily accessible data on key topics in education today, including: • Education levels and student numbers: How far have adults studied, and how easily do young people enter the world of work? Look around you, and I’d be surprised if you yourself aren’t already seeing some of these changes occurring -- albeit gradually, for the moment. If you would like to be involved in its development let us know. Life is a learning experience, or so they say. Level of education is the strongest predictor of outcomes (compared to age, gender, income, employment status, and marital status) in all models, except for the outcomes of wellbeing and health. Robots have already replaced many blue collar factory and warehouse jobs, and now they’re replacing bar staff, maintenance workers, porters, soldiers, waiters and surgeons while their new, modern-day software-only counterparts are replacing administrative personnel, customer service clerks and FX traders. BLS states that individuals with only a high school diploma earned on average $626 a week in 2009, and those with a bachelor's degree earned $1,025 a week during the same year. is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) featuring its books, papers and statistics and is the knowledge base of OECD's analysis and data.