The future of work is so uncertain that perhaps there is only one potential job security for a person who can claim to be an expert in the future of work.
However, there are two trends, which certainly make experts: (1) the steady increase in the number of jobs requiring constant and continuous interaction with technology; and (2) the concert economy is still growing rapidly.
This first phase of business trends is evident in skill breaks with 7 million vacancies in the United States – many mid-level or high-skill positions require digital and technical capabilities.
Amazon’s latest announcement is that it will spend $ 700 million in the next six years to demonstrate an understanding that 100,000 employees can be completed at the low-paying Wage Center to get better digital jobs in Amazon and elsewhere.
The private sector must have some responsibility for upgrading and re-educating the skills required, as well as the importance of creating the path to these jobs. Colleges and universities are faster and cheaper than those at the bottom.
These tracks generally contain a combination of “final mile training”, digital skills, industry or enterprise knowledge, and soft skills, which prepare candidates for a job from the first day.
The second direction is not new. The concert economy has been in place since the “request for help” sign. But the concert revolution is driven by signs and classified ads, changes in digital platforms and the market, which provide continuous and frequent matching of employees.
Talent platforms have enabled these companies and organizations to understand the concept and calculation of work as projects instead of full-time jobs and earning a living by comparing pigs with workers.
Critics of the concert economy have addressed job security, health care and low interest rates. If it becomes difficult in the end to meet as a full-time employee in the form of a minimum wage, it is impossible to do so through a similar low-wage gig platform.
But instead of fighting the onset of the concert economy, critics can gain more by focusing on concert workers.
So far, negotiations on road and labor culture have focused on full-time employment.
In the workforce gap or skills, Amazon’s unusual workers, Amazon or any other company can leave the catering service center, but this is always a full-time job. But how these basic concepts intersect with the growing cynical economy
Such as low-skill and high-skill jobs, there are gig platforms requiring limited or lesser skill, and platforms that require advanced skills skills.
Event platforms that can be categorized as low-skill Amazon Turkish mechanical, TaskRebbit, Uber, Lift and Instworks (hospitality).
There are also medium-level platforms, which span many types of vehicles.
Then there are platforms such as Gigster (Application Development) and the Business Talent Group (consultancy and comprehensive management) that require similar skills to the most attractive, on-demand, full-time sites.
So, in the context of the Gig economy, in the same way that Amazon focuses on advancing workers and creating new paths to better jobs, our focus should be on strategy and statutes, leading to low-skilled party workers becoming the CEO of the Business Talent Group , Ie, emerging drivers.
The Gig Forum has developed a highly skilled innovative strategy to do so. CreatorUp is a gig platform for digital video production, built on the slope in training on the Last Tilt.
CreatorUp offers low cost or free training programs in the last mile with Google and Google, like Google, to improve the level of gig workers to become an effective digital video producer on the CreatorUp platform.
Creators from CREATORUP are inspired by customer demand; as the company has seen a great demand from customers to produce AR / VR video, it has launched a new AR / VR training course.
CreatorUp graduates participate in the Forum and have employees in a wide range of presentations that require customers to create clients, suppliers, employees and / or their brands.
The good news for other high-powered platforms involved in CreatorUp and Final-Mile Training is good news that investing in these tracks can lead to a flywheel that requires every successful talent market.
Once the talent pool is large on the platform, customers keep the talent market only.
So how to attract talent platforms? One way is to be the first market in the category. The other venture capital is attracting billions of capital. But a third may be the use of the ultimate tilt training to create new talents.
CreatorUp believes that the final tilt training programs have given it an opportunity to develop such a network.