実践ビジネス英語 2020/7/17 L6(3)21st-Century Skills 21世紀スキル
McMillan says the rule of the business world has changed a great deal, and attributes the shift to the accelerated pace of change in technology and economy. Ueda says increasingly fewer people are prioritizing stability and security, and Lyons adds that young people want happiness and personal fulfillment at work.
Being able to adapt to changing conditions and be flexible
Members of the 21st-century workforce are far more likely to change jobs and their career focus.
You’ve got to have them if you want to get ahead and meet the challenges in today’s rapidly changing、digitalized business world.
Very true. Everything is in flux. You’ve got to be on your toes and stay ahead of the curve if you want to succeed.
The rules of the corporate game have changed a lot in the last couple of decades. Having a narrow range of skills tailored to meet the demands of a specific job has become much less important than being able to adapt to changing conditions and be flexible. The main reason for that
get ahead 成功する、出世する
advance, succeed at work and school, etc. He acquired special qualifications to get ahead at work. Or learning a second language can help us get ahead in life.
in flux 流動的な、絶えず変化している