Nathalie Gosset Visited Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo on Oct 15th, 2013 and Delivered a Talk on the Best Way to Align Students to the Jobs of the Future
Colleges face challenge with preparing students for a job market that evolves continuously. Faculty trains young minds for jobs that may not exist today. Nathalie Gosset discussed upcoming trends, that she calls “S Curves” and explained how to get involved in these new emerging fields as a teacher, professor, mentor, counselor, or established professional.
San Luis Obispo, CA, October 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Workforce Press attended the Oct 15th keynote of Ms. Gosset at Cuesta College. The visually appealing presentation with interesting photos, videos, and music covered several upcoming hot industry segments such as the emergence of personalized, predictive, and preventive medicine and the new jobs that did not exist before. For instance the market is creating new careers in genetics and proteomics to understand how diseases relate to someone’s genetic makeup. The field of preventive treatments is expanding fast with the aim to develop solutions that can be implemented early in life to prevent cardiac problems or cancer later in life.
The world of digitalization opens the door to new professional venues in art and in music. Ms. Gosset illustrated her points with the example of holographic concerts that stage holographic performers surrounded by real musicians in front of a real audience.
Nathalie Gosset shared a refreshing perspective on the importance to monitor the footprint left on the web from social tool entries and how to turn these to our advantage. The talk covered the importance to pay attention to the web virtual worlds and their educational value, the revolution brought by sensing technologies such as brain energy sensors or Google glass that can augment an experience and how these emerging technologies are creating new types of jobs.