A ﬂuid marketplace for workers with ever-evolving skillsets has begun to emerge. This change has come about as a result of the rise of free educational tools that allow workers to keep up to date with the newest programming languages, collaborative ways of working that position people as both teacher and student, and intelligent systems that display signiﬁcant accuracy and insight when matching up workers and employers on potential projects.
Badges and visual cues are helping to call out proven talent and skills to help distinguish capable individuals.
Systems are leveraging social and contextual information to help better match companies and talent for deeper connections that create lasting value.
Services borne out of the e-learning revolution are enabling workers to stay up to date with the cutting edge skills necessary to operate the latest, most sophisticated technology on the market.
A collaborative, startup mentality is being adopted by workers and organizations that allows for new ways to learn.
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