On The Cover
Navigating the new world of work can be daunting for youths entering the workforce with drastic changes brought by the Covid-19 pandemic and an evolving labour market. With no real playbook, they are made to confront challenges brought about by new waves of technological advancements and are required to adapt to in-demand skills as businesses transform to meet their goals.
With these in mind, how can youths arm themselves with the right skills to thrive in the workplace of the future? In our cover story, we speak with leaders in education who identify key human-centric skills that they believe are essential for youths to future-proof themselves amid an evolving job lands.
As companies, continue toreinvent themselves to ride above the challenges ahead, having a positive workplace culture will play a vital role in employee retention and well-being. In this issue, we explore some of the best scholarship providers to work for (based on a survey) and find out what makes them great places to work in.
I would like to take this opportunity to also specially thank the outgoing editorial team for their outstanding work in taking BrightMinds magazine to new levels of success. As the new editor, I hope to carry on their great work by bringing you articles on topics that truly matter to you and that are close to your heart as you make important education and career transitions. Do keep your eyes peeled for new design changes in our upcoming issues. Happy reading!