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The skills you need for 49 in-demand and popular jobs

Hands up who still find themselves thinking, ‘when I grow up I want to be…’, despite being an adult and well into their working life? Guilty as charged! But, after your dream job, the next best thing is probably finding a job that’s popular or in-demand.  Popular jobs are popular

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5 HR trends you need to know for 2021

Let’s spare a thought for everyone who wrote 2020 predictions about HR, L&D and anything else really. Very few people could have predicted the disruption that the COVID pandemic would have caused, and now its influence is set to continue into next year. The 2021 HR trends we expect to

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How AI-based learning platforms drive personalisation and development

Artificial intelligence (AI) is so ingrained into our daily lives now that we rarely notice when it’s giving us a nudge in the right direction. When you’re texting a friend, you’ll receive suggestions on finishing your sentences, and if you’re browsing through streaming services, there’ll be recommendations based on your

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9 tips for creating engaging learning experiences

  Are you worried that you’re delivering bad learning experiences? You’re probably not alone. If you search for ‘good learning experience’ and then swap out ‘good’ for ‘bad’, you’ll soon realise that people are interested in creating something that works but nobody asks or writes about the bad side. That

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Coursera’s Global Skills Index 2020 summary: Everything you need to know

Let’s face it, this report couldn’t come at a better time. We’re looking at a vastly different skills landscape in 2020, with COVID-19, economic difficulties and unemployment issues driving mass reskilling and upskilling. Coursera’s Global Skills Index 2020 highlights where we are now, tapping into their 65 million global learners