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Mark Weinberger, EY's Global Chairman & CEO sums up what's needed in employees of the future... and it's quite simple.
Overheard in a recent interview between Milken Institute Chairman Michael Milken and EY Global Chairman and CEO - Mark Weinberger:
Michael Milken: What skills are we going to need for the future?
Mark Weinberger: We don't know. Because today we're hiring someone for a job that doesn't exist today. Who will be using technology that hasn't been invented to solve a problem we don't know we have.... So what type of skills do you need to survive in that environment?
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