Why this research?
This Fellowship will tackle a key issue emphasised by the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy, which emphasises the precariousness of the future job market. The prospect of wide spread automation in the near future means low skilled jobs are likely to be replaced and jobs at any level will require constant training to keep up with a changing work environment. This will affect the UK’s younger generations and requires new approaches to training and skills development.
In response, this project aims to explore new ways of mobilising cultural and creative resources, spaces and networks to support UK’s young people to embark on and pursue confidently career pathways that capitalise on their actual and potential talents and skills, and cultivate attitudes open to lifelong learning.
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