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The pandemic has upended our work routines. Advancing technology is propelling us into an unknown future. And powerful social movements are tearing down barriers to equality. There’s only one thing we can reliably predict in the future world of work, and that’s change.

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A new career portal is supporting their transition.

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Learn how alumni have benefited from having an entrepreneurial mindset and how you can too.

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Lessons on leadership from two women who went first

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Young workers are nimble, connected, and redefining employment relationships on their terms.
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Leveraging their uniquely human qualities will give workers the edge in a high-tech future.
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A UBC film prof's new documentary offers a glimpse into a dystopian digital economy.
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A UBC prof adds some zip to our Zoom.
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Two UBC Sauder grads created a platform to connect hourly workers with hiring managers.
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Three UBC students launched a non-profit to help neurodiverse youth in computer sciences.