Education - or degree... musings from a friend
A friend of mine wrote this article I just saw and thought you would enjoy it. We are at the beginning of a major disruption in how we think about education, skills, training, upskilling, etc. Here are some good thoughts from a very successful serial entrepreneur.... #education #skills #training #entrepreneur https://summation.net/2020/08/31/people-need-less-not-more-formal-education-today/
Learn to earn
Tired: 4 year degrees Wired: skills certifications Gonna be a lot more talk about skills, credentialing and certification Here’s an interesting opportunity for those interested in a data, project mgmnt and ux. But keep an eye out- more to come for ALL job paths. #Education #skills #certification #scholarshps https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/13/google-announces-certificates-in-data-project-management-and-ux.html
Good 2x2 to help navigate Lear2Earn choices
Are you aging out of your job title?
I have been asked by some of you whether it is more difficult nailing down a job after turning 50, and my answer to you is generally "yes". That said, we can make it easier on ourselves by being open to utilizing our years of experience and the skills we have developed in a wider and more broad spectrum. Experience can be a plus, but stagnation is a drawback. Be open to using your talents in various ways within the scope of various possible industries. "Break out of your box".
To keep your earnings growing, ya gotta keep your skills growing!
Today, and this century, its critically important that one keeps adding skills, proficiency, training/education throughout ones career. Me? I am finally coming up to speed on salesforce.com proficiency. Recently I increased ability on tableau - a data visualization and analytics package. What skill/proficiency habevyou added in the past year- and where did u get the training? Let's share some advice...