In 2020, the line between the future of work and the future of education will continue to blur, with the overall transition to lifelong learning (learning while working, and vice versa) continuing to pick up steam into the new decade.
By Dr. William Overton
Faculty Director, School of Arts and Humanities at American Public University
The modern world is ever-changing. The career opportunities available today may well not exist in five or 10 years. New career areas develop all the time. It is likely that a future job or even an entire career field has not been invented yet. For this reason alone, keep an open mind and be on the alert for changes in your chosen career field.
By Vivek Wadhwa
The Washington Post
Technology is now as important a skill as are reading, writing, and mathematics. Everyone needs to be able to use computers, search for information on the Internet, use word processors and spreadsheets, and download apps. These skills are now common and useful in every profession. People who master social media gain an advantage in sharing knowledge and connecting with others. Kids in Silicon Valley who can write code have an edge in starting technology companies.
By Latanya Hughes
Faculty Member, Hospitality Management at American Public University
For the lifelong learner looking to add a few more stamps to their passport, these destinations will enhance your mind and open your eyes to more beauty, wonder, and a memorable getaway.