12 trends on which to point (from now on)

Future Works: 3D technologies, industry 4.0, big data, Internet of Things will be more and more protagonists.
If you want to ride the future, you have to move around in these areas.
Here's who has already started.

Italy, July, 2017
Giampaolo Colletti

65% of today's students will be busy tomorrow in jobs that now do not yet exist: says the Tomorrow Jobs report. But if more than half of the young people will work with new technologies, what will happen to businesses? Like says Seth Godin, a marketing guru, work must become "wow" and it has to focus on excellence. Today, those who want to work successfully must integrate human genius and technological innovation.

Technology comes to "contagion" the trades of a time making them more competitive, contemporary, and international. We live years that grind intuitions by integrating them with new technologies, years marked by the data economy, as the Economist reported, arguing how the petroleum of our days is the possession of data. In order to recount this revolution this year, the community of the wwworkers has returned to the House of Deputies, trying to decline the work of the future.

A work that changes paradigms, accelerates transformations, offers new scenarios, allows microbrands to fight in the same digital agon of multinational enterprises and rapidly climb interest and turnover. And if, on the one hand, the Guardian last year in the short movie The Last Job described the last worker on earth in a robotdominated world, there are those who prophesy less apocalyptic scenarios, but in the sign of transformation.

The Wwworkers Camp 2017, promoted with the Intergroup for Innovation and with eBay, Facebook and Rainews, has focused on the worktrend, tomorrow's work trends told by those who already make it.

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