How Will the Working World of 2030 Differ from that of Today?

Steam engines revolutionized the working world back in the late 18th century – first in England, and then in the rest of the world. This development kicked off the Industrial Age: Commercial production took a great leap forward, the mechanical production of goods ousted previously conventional ways of working, and people had to make radical adjustments accordingly. In turn, this gave rise to entirely new types of work, as well as new opportunities. Today, with the digital transformation, we once again find ourselves in the midst of a comparatively disruptive development, shaped by the widescale digitalization … READ MORE