The future of work isn’t scary, but it is misunderstood
The path to prosperity
Robots won’t take our jobs, but technology is changing what we do, which means employment is growing in the roles that are hardest to automate. Our groundbreaking research reveals how the human skills required to do these roles are hugely under-supplied, and while today’s jobs require us to use our heads, rather than our hands, something new is also happening.
What’s over the horizon? Recognising opportunity in uncertainty
Connect the dots on Australia’s possible futures
In this sixth installment of our Building the Lucky Country series, we tackle head on the problem of uncertainty, and how to move forward despite it. The key to moving forward is seeking better and more detailed information about a wider range of possible futures.