Simi Valley, CA, October 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The Ventura County Civic Alliance invited Nathalie Gosset, Futurist, and Head of Marketing and Business Development at the Alfred E. Mann Institute at the University of Southern California to present her views on the Jobs of the Future on October 22 to stimulate ideas on how to increase relevance of students and help professionals find jobs. She delivered an inspiring and powerful keynote address explaining how fast professional obsolescence may happen without continuous learning. “You must plan to re-invent yourself within five years to remain relevant,” states Nathalie Gosset.
Workforce press liked the upbeat message from Ms. Gosset about the new upcoming industries that provide perfect venues for professional re-alignment. The evolution of medicine from episodic medical treatments to predictive and preventive medicine opens new careers dealing with DNA analysis and vaccine development to prevent diseases later in life. Gosset showed the new jobs that do not exist yet but will emerge very soon in fields such as 3D printing, nanotechnology, stem cells, brain-machine interfaces, energy and resource management. The speaker described new college programs that universities can teach to respond to these new markets and the skills that will boost the career of professionals. The keynote address wrapped with a thought provoking perspective how to use social media to self-brand your own relevance.