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Melbourne International Student Conference 2016: The New Work Order

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A report from The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) has revealed young people will be the hardest hit under a new future of work, as the economy and labour market undergo significant changes over the coming decades.

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Melbourne International Student Conference 2016: The New Work Order

  1. 1. The New Work Order
  2. 2. Foundation for Young Australians
  3. 3. Our young people today
  4. 4. 4.3m 80%involved in community activity 62%feel positive about the future More likely to report doing acts of kindness than their parents
  5. 5. 4.3m 56%independent from parents by 24 years to find full-time employment after study 4.7 are under or unemployed 30% in full time work 42% years average to full time work More in debt
  6. 6. An ageing population The Situation
  7. 7. The future of work
  8. 8. 1. Automation 2. Globalisation 3. Flexibility
  9. 9. 7in 10young people will enter the labour market in jobs that will be automated or lost 1. Automation clerical & admin labourers sales technicians
  10. 10. 1in 10of our service jobs could be provided remotely from abroad 2. Globalisation
  11. 11. 1in 3of Australians are already participating in flexible working arrangements 3. Flexibility
  12. 12. 17JOBS INDUSTRIES 5
  13. 13. Are they ready?
  14. 14. Financial & digital literacy Critical thinking & problem solving Confidence, resilience & agency Creativity & innovation Project management, collaboration & communication Global citizenship Enthusiasm for ongoing learning ?Enterprise Skills
  15. 15. The future is here
  16. 16. 212%digital literacy 4.2m jobs ads 2012-15 65%creativity 158%critical thinking 25%presentation skills
  17. 17. How do we prepare all young people?
  18. 18. Go early, go often Make it engaging, immersive & inclusive Provide accurate, future- focused jobs information Involve students, schools, parents & industry National Strategy for Enterprise Skills
  19. 19. Thank you

Editor's Notes

  • The Foundation for Young Australians is a national non-profit organisation working to back all young Australians.

    At FYA we believe young people are not a problem to be helped or solved. Young people are ambitious, creative and capable of rethinking the world and solving tomorrow’s problems today.




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