This 60-minute recorded webinar will explore the occupations and industries projected to grow, the skills that emerged as foundational for the coming decade, and how these projected changes may affect different workers based on current employment. Finally, we will share actionable insights focused on what policymakers, program designers, researchers, and others can do to support current and new workers in remaining resilient and navigating the future of work.
Diana Rivera explores the role of innovation developments and policies on labour and labour market information, while analyzing their economic and social impact in communities and society as a whole. Currently at BII+E, Diana leads the Employment in 2030 project. She holds a Masters of Economics, along with an Honours BA in International Affairs and Economics from the University of Toronto.
Joshua Zachariah is an Economist at the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship. Joshua is interested in understanding how the gains from the innovation economy can be broadly shared across social classes and minority groups. He is also interested in social networks in entrepreneurship and access to credit among disadvantaged groups. Joshua holds a Masters in Economics from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at the University of Guelph.