WHERE TO WATCH
A Changing Workforce: Skills Vs. Experience
July 11, 2019
Valla Vakili, Managing Director & Head of the Studio team at Citi Ventures, joins Cheddar to discuss what's leading to a higher demand for skills versus experience in the workforce.
Despite an Ongoing Trade War, Iowa Farmers Stick With President Trump
Aug 9, 2019
How Companies Are Keeping Up With Workplace Culture
Dan Schwabel, research director at Future Workplace, joins Cheddar to discuss how companies are keeping up with technology trends and improving the employee experience.
Nov 21, 2017
Addressing the Skills Gap
The online learning platform Udemy recently did a study to examine how the skills gap is impacting the American workforce. Shelley Osborn, Head of Learning and Development at Udemy, joins Cheddar to break down what the study found. Americans, in general, feel confident that the country is closing the skills gap. On an individual level, 78% of American workers feel they have above-average skills for their current job. The majority of workers identified soft skills as the most important. Communication came in at 56%, critical thinking was most valued by 54%, and teamwork was identified by 42% as the most important skill. Perhaps most interestingly, Udemy found that 24% of the millennials they surveyed have lied about skills on their resume to get better jobs.
Oct 17, 2018
Why Following Your Passion May Not Be the Best Thing for You
Ellen Ruppel Shell, Professor at Boston University and Author of "The Job: Work and Its Future in a Time of Radical Change" says the younger generation needs to stay flexible when it comes to the skills they learn. Automation is threatening middle-class jobs and learning one trade may not be enough to survive in the changing landscape.