As different as one country can seem from the next, too many challenges unite us—especially around youth opportunity.
Today more than ever, the field of logistics needs skilled workers and offers ample career opportunities, especially for young people.
Youth skills, drive, optimism, and desire for change are exactly the infusion of talent and innovation that can power these industries forward.
A combination of hard and soft skills will help workers thrive in an automated future workforce.
Can you think of an employer or industry that would want to hire someone who doesn’t work well in teams, isn’t responsible, and can’t creatively problem-solve?
STEM is about more than solving for X—it's a field of study that develops creativity, critical thinking, and other future-proof skills.
Learn about a new report from the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), The Work Ahead: Machines, Skills & American Leadership in the Twenty-First Century.
New World Bank post highlights the connection between IYF's Global Youth Wellbeing Index findings and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Meet these 20-year-olds pursuing futures in STEM.
The need for reskilling is inevitable, but how will it happen?