The global economy is entering a new era.
In the coming years, the world will have a new global trade agreement with the U.S. and China and the world’s economies will become much more connected.
And that means that the supply of jobs will grow much faster than in the past, even if we don’t see a sharp rise in the number of Americans who are unemployed.
In other words, if you want a job, you can start today.
That means that as the economy expands, the skills of those who are already here will increase in abundance, but not necessarily in a way that leads to a surge in the unemployment rate.
In fact, it may mean that the jobs that will be created will not be those jobs that were created before.
In this short guide, we look at what it will take to make the job market much more competitive.
We look at where the supply is now, what the supply and demand for jobs looks like, and what kinds of barriers to entry exist for those looking to start a new career.
And we look ahead to the coming year to see how things might change if we want a better world.
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