The world is changing, companies are changing and people are changing at a rapid pace. How are you adapting to this new environment?
After extensive research led by the Dean of the IE School of Human Sciences & Technology that combines company, media and academic insights on the future of work, we invite you to join us in an interactive session titled “Jobs of the Future: Are you ready for them?” You will help us analyze real company examples that deepen your understanding of what is shaping today’s world and the implications of technology on your daily human interactions.
Engage with our career experts as you discover how the job market, company structures, and professional roles are transforming. What skills are businesses actually looking for? How have
job opportunities changed in the past 15 years? How will these opportunities look in the future? And most importantly, how can you fit into this new reality? Finally, you will participate in a collaborative, hands-on exercise in order to discover the skills of the future and the jobs that demand them.
Speaker of the Event: Jonathan Nelson | Ass. Director at IE Business School
Jonathan Nelson holds a degree in International Studies and Global
Economic Development from the University of Dayton (Ohio, USA),
where he played NCAA Division I Soccer for four years and graduated as
an NCAA Scholar All-American. After completing an M.Sc. in
International Management & Global Business at the University of
Limerick (Limerick, Ireland) while working with at-risk youth as a mentor,
coach, and teacher for the Sport Changes Life Foundation, Jonathan
earned the prestigious U.S. Fulbright Scholarship and went on to
complete the Master in Visual & Digital Media at the IE School of Human
Sciences & Technology (Madrid, Spain) the following year. At present,
Jonathan works as an Associate Director within the IE School of Human
Sciences & Technology and remains involved in several communications
and technology related projects both within IE and externally.
To register for this event please follow this link by clicking here