BLS Employment Projections Through 2022: How Many Jobs Require a College Degree?

MishTalk

Inquiring minds are taking a look at the BLS Occupation Forecast Through 2022. 54,230 Results Of the projected 15,628,000 jobs that will be filled by 2022, only 2,731,000 of the jobs in the first table should require a college degree.

Future of Healthcare: Virtual and Augmented Reality

Tom Spencer

According to a recent ABI Research study, VR services in the healthcare market generated around $9 million in 2017 and this is forecasted to grow to approximately $285 million by 2022. References: “Virtual Reality in Medicine and Healthcare to Generate US$285 Million in 2022.”

Is Your Plan for Talent Working?

LSA Global

According to Mercer, half of executives predict at least one in five roles in their organization will cease to exist by 2022. Is Your Talent Ready? Is your plan for talent ready for what your business will face tomorrow?

White Knight Irony: IMF Threatens to Walk Away From Bailout Deal Citing Unsustainable Debt

MishTalk

Under the terms of IMF participation in Greece’s second bailout, eurozone officials had agreed they would take steps to ensure Athens debt fall go “substantially lower” than 110 per cent of gross domestic product by 2022. The new IMF memo said it is now projected to be at 170 per cent by 2022.

Greece Talks on Hold; IMF Admits Haircuts Needed as Surplus Turns to Deficits

MishTalk

Under a November 2012 agreement between Athens and its international creditors, Greece is scheduled to cut its debt levels to 120 per cent of gross domestic product by 2020 and “substantially lower” than 110 per cent by 2022.

Google, Ford Enter Partnership on Self-Driving Cars

MishTalk

Something between 2020 and 2022 seems more likely, and even 2020 would not be much of a surprise given the speed of announcements. Self-driving cars are the wave of the future, sooner, not later. The trend is now impossible to deny. The only question that remains pertains to the speed of the rollout. 2020 is no longer a pipe dream as many thought. 2030 is far too distant.

How to Ensure the Success of a Position Your Company Hasn’t Had Before

Harvard Business

According to the World Economic Forum’s 2018 “Future of Jobs” report, many current organizational roles are likely to be disappear as early as 2022, only to be replaced by new organizational roles. Francesco Carta fotografo/Getty Images.

Base Case Becomes Grexit; Contagion?

MishTalk

They say that when you add up all the government’s proposals, the budget surplus required under the current program turns into a 10-15% deficit while debt soars far above the 120% of GDP targeted for 2022. At long last the deniers have thrown in the towel.

3 Business Models That Could Bring Million-Dollar Cures to Everyone

Harvard Business

Biopharma companies now have 58 gene therapies and gene-modified cell treatments in Phase III clinical trials, with about 35 expected to be FDA-approved by 2022, out of about 1,000 candidates in the total pipeline. TEK IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/Getty Images.

3 Ways AI Is Getting More Emotional

Harvard Business

In January of 2018, Annette Zimmermann, vice president of research at Gartner, proclaimed : “By 2022, your personal device will know more about your emotional state than your own family.” With companies like Affectiva , BeyondVerbal and Sensay providing plug-and-play sentiment analysis software, the affective computing market is estimated to grow to $41 billion by 2022 , as firms like Amazon , Google , Facebook , and Apple race to decode their users’ emotions.

First Self-Driving Truck Hits the Road Already, Nevada License AU010

MishTalk

The American Trucking Associations predicts the industry could be short 240,000 drivers by 2022. Every time I post on antonymous trucks, I get dozens of emails from people telling me that self-driving trucks will not happen for at least 10 more years, if ever.

AI Will Change Health Care Jobs for the Better

Harvard Business

The data predict that, from 2018 to 2022, employment in health care will increase by 15% while revenues will surge by 49%. shuoshu/Getty Images. Smart machines tend to elicit both awe and deep anxiety. This is especially true in health care, where people’s hopes and fears tend to get magnified quickly. Consider three issues that get a lot of attention: the use of medical records, the “human touch” in medical care, and the future of jobs in the industry.

Study Says by 2030 1/4th of Miles Driven will be Driverless

MishTalk

By 2022, major disruption will be visible. A convergence of three trends – Ride Sharing, Autonomous Driving, and Vehicle Electrification—will offer big-city dwellers cheap, convenient transportation, transforming the automotive industry, says a report by the Boston Consulting group.

Why U.S. Grocery Chains Need More (and Better) Store-Brand Products

Harvard Business

ALDI plans to open 900 stores by 2022 and LIDL to open 100 by the end of 2019. Susanna Price/Getty Images. The U.S. grocery industry has reached an interesting and uncertain crossroads.

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Case Study: Should a Direct-to-Consumer Company Start Selling on Amazon?

Harvard Business

Amazon’s private-label products are projected to hit $25 billion in sales by 2022.” sudo takeshi/Getty Images. Sitting in his office, Mark Ellinas frowned at his computer screen.

Apocalypse Illinois: IOUs Projected to Hit $10.5 Billion, $163 Billion Total Accumulated Liabilities

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Budget Gap Figure 2 shows a projected deficit of $9 billion for FY 2016 to 2022. Flat Out Broke Illinois is in serious fiscal trouble. Unpaid bills will hit about $10.5 billion later this year, counting unpaid lotto winners and state university bills.

Competing in the Huge Digital Economies of China and India

Harvard Business

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Case Study: When Two Leaders on the Senior Team Hate Each Other

Harvard Business

” When Eric had retired, he and Lance set a target of reaching revenues of £500 million by 2022. kuritafsheen/Getty Images. The feedback in the 360-degree reviews was supposed to be anonymous.

How to Set More-Realistic Growth Targets

Harvard Business

The table offers an attractive view of the firm’s growth prospects, with a projected total of $620 million in new revenues by the 2022 timeframe. Projects started after 2019 would be of little help in hitting the portfolio target revenue in 2022, because they simply do not have the time needed to begin delivering results. Many executives are fond of promising to deliver growth, but far fewer realize those ambitions.

How a Macron Presidency Could Fuel More Nationalism in France

Harvard Business

That could mean that although Le Pen will almost certainly fail in her presidential bid this time, the prospects for her party may be even brighter in 2022. This weekend’s election in France has narrowed the field of 11 candidates to two: the most anti-EU candidate, nationalist Marine Le Pen, and the most pro-European candidate, centrist Emmanuel Macron.

The 3 Stages of a Country Embracing Renewable Energy

Harvard Business

India plans to install 100 GW by 2022, up from 4.9 The world is undergoing a transformation in how it gets its power. In Germany, we have a word for it: Energiewende. It means energy turning point. (We We use the same word Wende to describe the fall of the Berlin Wall and all the dramatic changes that came with it.). In this transformation, we are witnessing the decarbonization of power consumption, thanks to the large-scale deployment of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar.

Connecting Unemployed Youth with Organizations That Need Talent

Harvard Business

nearly 6 million entry-level jobs will be created from 2012 to 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Gap Inc. understands both hiring math and competitive strategy when it comes to filling entry-level jobs in its 3,000-plus Gap, Banana Republic, and Old Navy stores. Across the U.S., With low unemployment, the competition for talent remains fierce. Gap is joining a growing corps of large companies that are turning to an overlooked pool of entry-level talent: the 5.5

Medical Systems Hacks Are Scary, but Medical Device Hacks Could Be Even Worse

Harvard Business

But while the market expands at an expected rate of 3% per year until at least 2022, hospital IT networks remain slow to address longstanding cybersecurity challenges that raise both privacy and potentially fatal health concerns. On Friday, a major cyber attack hit health systems around the world. In Britain, where the attack affected hospital IT systems, doctors were unable to access patient records. Ambulances were diverted and emergency care delayed.

Do Your Customers Actually Want a “Smart” Version of Your Product?

Harvard Business

In 2014, Gartner Research, creator of the Hype Cycle for the Internet of Things, predicted that a “typical family home” could hold up to 500 smart objects by 2022. There’s been a gold rush happening in technology these last few years, focused on the Internet of Things, or IoT. It’s even frequently been referred to as “the next Industrial Revolution.”

Clash of Generations - Boomers vs. Millennials: Attitude Change Will Disrupt Wall Street and Corporate America

MishTalk

In a related post, particularly for millennials searching for jobs, please consider BLS Employment Projections Through 2022: How Many Jobs Require a College Degree? As boomers and gen-Xers hand over the economic reins to millennials, a once in a multi-generational attitude shift comes with it.

What Will Health Care Look Like Once Smart Speakers Are Everywhere?

Harvard Business

households by 2022. Hayon Thapaliya for HBR. Voice-powered technologies such as Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Cortana, are changing the way people shop, drive cars, and manage their homes. Studies have suggested that, by 2020, 50% of all searches will be conducted by voice and smart speakers are expected to reach 55% of U.S. It is no different for physicians.