Employers are in desperate need of skilled workers to address current employee shortages and prepare for projected disruption in the workplace. For example, artificial intelligence will create 2.3 million jobs while eliminating 1.8 million by 2020, according to a 2017 Gartner report. The answer might lie in micro-credentials.
To fill jobs now while preparing for the future, countless organizations are rethinking how students learn and earn skills in postsecondary education. Such a change requires new mindsets for institutions and businesses.
The rise of micro-credentials
Perhaps the biggest trend that has the attention of colleges and universities is that of micro-credentials, especially as enrollment continues to decline in traditional college degree and master’s programs.
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