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TOP5 skills of the future. This will make us stand out on the labor market

TOP5 umiejętności przyszłości. To nas wyróżni na rynku pracy

Personnel Service experts point out that these skills must also be developed by the education system.

– The development of artificial intelligence is a revolution on the labor market, which will require employees to be flexible and adapt their skills to what competencies will be necessary in the future. The complexity of what awaits us is enormous, but it does not mean that humans will not be needed, on the contrary. The current use of AI shows that verification is still necessary. Artificial intelligence is a great support and therefore you should improve your skills in working with it, as well as a number of other competencies that will prove to be crucial. Fortunately, according to our "Polish Labor Market Barometer", Poles want to acquire new skills. This is declared by 55% of people – says Krzysztof Inglot, founder of Personnel Service and labor market expert.

TOP1 Analytical thinking

The ranking of skills useful in the professions of the future opens up analytical thinking. As many as 74% of experts in the World Economic Forum report predict that the demand for this skill will increase in the next five years. It is one of the skills least affected by automation because it requires the ability to interpret data, solve complex problems and make informed decisions based on the analysis of information. In the era of big data, AI can be a support, but it is the employee who can translate data and analyzes into valuable conclusions and business strategies. Moreover, analytical thinking supports innovation by enabling the identification of new opportunities and process optimization. Thanks to these features, employees with developed analytical skills will be an important resource in the future labor market.

TOP2 Creativity

Creativity came in second place. The demand for this skill, especially in the context of problem solving, is expected to grow even faster – as many as 75% of companies say that creative thinking will become more important in the next five years. Employees who can generate new ideas, predict future trends and introduce unique solutions are extremely important to their employers. In the era of increasing automation, creativity allows you to stand out from the background of algorithms, which currently have their limitations. Moreover, it supports cooperation and communication in teams, which is necessary for effective innovation.

TOP3 Artificial intelligence and big data

The podium is rounded off by artificial intelligence and working with large data sets. Companies surveyed around the world say that in the near future, 9% of their training will focus on developing these skills. Many enterprises see these technologies as a strategic priority. Generative AI has the potential to replace some jobs, but the simultaneous emphasis on training employees in its use and data analysis points to the possibility of creating new roles. They will use the potential of these technologies to achieve business goals. Employees able to effectively manage and interpret large data sets and implement artificial intelligence solutions contribute to innovation and competitive advantage of companies.

TOP4 Leadership

Another extremely valuable skill of the future will be leadership, which is the highest rated interpersonal trait on the list. It is expected that 4 out of 10 companies will include the development of leadership competencies in their strategies, because leaders who can inspire, motivate and lead their teams will have a significant impact on achieving the organization's goals. The ability to manage conflicts, make difficult decisions and build employee commitment is becoming more and more valued. Moreover, in the era of remote work and globalization, leaders must be able to effectively communicate and manage geographically dispersed teams. Therefore, investing in employee leadership skills is becoming a strategic priority for many companies.

TOP5 Curiosity and lifelong learning

Curiosity and lifelong learning represent employees' ability to adapt to change, which is crucial as technology evolves rapidly. Employees who are open to learning and constantly seek new information and experiences cope better with dynamic changes in the labor market. Curiosity drives innovation and creativity, allowing for continuous professional and personal improvement. Moreover, the ability to learn throughout life enables employees to quickly acquire new competences that are necessary in a changing work environment. Companies that foster a culture of continuous learning gain flexible and adaptive employees who are able to meet future challenges and contribute to the long-term success of the organization.

– The role of education in today's dynamically changing world cannot be overestimated. To meet the challenges of the future, developing key skills must start at school. Analytical and creative thinking, knowledge of AI and the ability to continuously learn should be an integral part of the curriculum. Employee training is extremely important, but it is equally important that the development of these competencies begins as early as possible. Education from an early age is the foundation on which the future success of both employees and entire organizations is based. And for now, schools in Poland do not teach these skills sufficiently, adds Krzysztof Inglot from Personnel Service.

Personnel Service is a company specializing in HR solutions. The main areas of activity are the recruitment of employees from Ukraine for the needs of employers in Poland, outsourcing, temporary work, as well as permanent and specialized recruitment for the IT and medical industries. Personnel Service cooperates with enterprises from many sectors, including automotive, electronics/home appliances and heavy industry. The company has its own legalization department in Poland, numerous branches in Ukraine, and also operates in Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Finland.

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