Research and analysis

The future of work: jobs and skills in 2030

Research exploring the future of work and how jobs, and the skills needed in the workplace, will change by 2030.

Documents

The future of work: jobs and skills in 2030

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Key findings

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Trends and disruptions report

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The future of work: slide pack

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Detail

This report analyses the future of work - looking at the trends that will shape UK jobs and skills, together with possible disruptions to these trends. It sets out 4 different future scenarios, drawing out implications of changes for 7 sectors. It also identifies the actions employers and individuals can take to prepare for tomorrow’s world of work.