Why More Employers Want To Hire People Based On Their Video Game Skills

It's estimated that 65% of third graders in America today are likely to pursue careers and occupations that do not currently exist. This presents a significant challenge in terms of preparing future generations for such a dynamic job market. 

To address this, we must ensure that young people have access to a solid academic foundation, technical skills, and professional competencies that will enable them to adapt to emerging opportunities. 

However, it's essential that we empower young individuals to actively seek their own paths and engage in what I refer to as "active purpose mode," where they are driven by their own ambitions and desires. 

This approach encourages them to embrace learning and skill development in a proactive manner, preparing them for the uncertainties of the future job landscape.  

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