The world is changing. By 2030, experts predict that between 20-30% of jobs globally will be ‘displaced’ as technology, automation and artificial intelligence transforms the way we work, the way we think, and the way we learn.
Those predicted to be most affected by this sweeping global trend is our country’s youth, who will enter a labour market that will look radically different to the one we see today.
The focus of entrepreneurship education has recently seen a significant shift from task-oriented business skills training (business plan generation, basic marketing strategy or understanding financial statements) to the development
of an entrepreneurial way of framing all interactions with the world; a mindset.
Without the impervious mindsets, skills, and attitudes required for success in a dynamic global market, our young people are at risk of being left behind.