August 14, 2022

How to embrace the digital revolution for the jobs of future

digital revolution

There is light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel with the digital revolution that has taken over the world. Here are ways to use it for future jobs. The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed India to the brink of crisis, with unemployment rates hitting a record 27.1% last year. Now, if we look at the data, we can see that the population hardest hit by this crisis is: the country’s youth under the age of 25 who make up more than 50% of our population.

The proportion of females in the country has seen their income fall sharply by almost two-thirds more than men, and they have lost their jobs more severely than men.

The country’s rural population, with over 65% of the total population of our country spread over 680,000 villages.

How can we help our country’s youth, women and rural population recover? What can we do to ensure that this pandemic does not accelerate and exacerbate existing divisions?

In other words, can we use this as an opportunity to empower people to break down existing inequalities and reduce them instead?

The computing revolution of the 1990s ushered in an era when Indian software engineers were running in-house offices in Silicon Valley. On the other hand, the 2020 pandemic ushered in a long-awaited era in India’s economy:

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1. The digital revolution

Since most of the functionality is moved to the virtual “work from home” space, where all you need is a laptop; The need today is to make digital skills accessible to the masses to prepare them for the jobs of the future.

2. What are the jobs of the future?

Gone are the days of tradition where all it takes to get a good job is an MBA. Thanks to the wide presence of smartphones and the Internet, you can work sitting anywhere.

When small businesses need to create a website, they no longer turn to a fancy design agency or company. They’ve found a simpler and more cost-effective way: hiring a freelance designer who knows how to use digital tools to build their website.

With the media looking for young journalists who can use their smartphones to report from home and the spread of encryption in remote areas, one thing is clear, future jobs require skills for the future.

Perhaps the best question is: How can I prepare for these future jobs?

There are a few important things to keep in mind while preparing for this digital revolution:

  1. Develop future-ready skills Leverage digital technologies – 

focus on developing your digital skills (whether it’s in creative design, coding, or even artificial intelligence) to increase your potential across industries and businesses. Learn about digital creative tools like Adobe Premiere Pro, Spark, Canva, and depart and think of ways to expand your digital competence. Stay ahead by exposing yourself to various training opportunities and workplace experiences.

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2. Become an entrepreneur

If you are looking to start a new business, take advantage of online marketplaces like Amazon, Flipkart, Etsy, and Meesho to start a business quickly, as well as learn how to take advantage of platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and Whatsapp. India started its online business using these platforms.

Selling flowers to cities, supplying sustainable bags, cloud kitchens, last-mile logistical support, producing and supplying personal protective equipment to large hospitals, etc. are some of the work I personally saw achieved while making shark tanks.

3. Welcome to the concert economy:

Platforms like Chegg, Top Coder, Up Work, Freelancer, and Fiverr offer freelance assignments and work in all areas, whether it’s writing content for a website, administrative support, or scheduling a tech startup. Sign up and take advantage of the many freelance opportunities that you are sure to find, regardless of your skillset. By focusing on increasing our digital literacy and using it to equip our residents with future decision skills and creative design), we can see a brighter tomorrow as a growing part of our country has access to ambitious jobs and higher earnings.

Most importantly, we are taking another step towards realizing the dream of a truly inclusive economy and society.