RESHAPING THE FUTURE OF WORK: NAVIGATING THE IMPACTS OF LIFELONG LEARNING AND DIGITAL COMPETENCES IN THE ERA OF 5.0 INDUSTRY
Keywords:Industry 5.0, work, technology, lifelong learning
Technological advancements and changes in the labor market require workers to continuously enhance their skills. Lifelong learning becomes a necessity in reality, and proposals in developed countries for returning to college after graduation open up new opportunities for acquiring new knowledge. Digital literacy, communication skills with both humans and robots, and understanding complex problems may become key skills for the 21st century. Jobs in the fields of medicine and technological innovation are expected to be in high demand. Furthermore, the digitization of society requires an increase in digital competences. These competences encompass not only computer literacy but also readiness for collaboration, quick problem-solving, and understanding of social relationships in a digital context. The paper “Lifelong Learning and Digital Competences in the Era of Industry 5.0: Keys to Success in the Future of Work” highlights the importance of continuous education and the development of skills necessary in the modern work environment, which is increasingly shifting towards Industry 5.0 and digital transformation.
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