Natasha Walji (Director at Google) discusses how students interested in the intersection between business and technology can plan for their careers.
In this episode, Amyn Merchant (Managing Director and Senior Partner at BCG) discusses the future of careers in management consulting and shares advice for students interested in the field.
This episode looks back at recent Careers of the Future interviews to summarize key insights for how students can prepare for the Future of Work.
Interested in a career in architecture or design? In this episode, Moyez Alwani (Global Head of Design at The Aga Khan Academies) shares his journey and discusses the skills necessary to succeed in these fields.
Interested in a career in finance or economics? In this episode, Dr. Sajjid Chinoy (Chief India Economist at JP Morgan) discusses the different career opportunities available in these fields and what skills students will need to succeed.
Interested in a career in education? In this episode, Rahim Hirji (UK Country Manager at Quizlet) discusses how technology will change the field of education and what skills will be necessary to succeed in the field.
Interested in entrepreneurship? In this episode, Aly Madhavji (Managing Partner at Blockchain Founders Fund) shares his advice for aspiring young entrepreneurs and discusses the skills necessary to turn a business idea into reality.
What is user experience and how can students prepare themselves for a career in it? In this episode, Azmina Karimi (Senior User Experience Designer at Audible) shares her story and advice for high school and university students.
Interested in a career in public service? In this episode, Rehana Schwinninger-Ladak (Head of Interactive Technologies, Digital for Culture and Education at the European Commission) discusses the impact of emerging career trends in the public sector on high school and university students.
What is the future of work, and what can students do to prepare for it? In this first episode of Careers of the Future, Zabeen Hirji discusses the impact of emerging career trends on high school and university students.