The world of work is changing. New technologies, global markets and unprecedented environmental challenges are influencing careers across all industries. But they are also opening up a whole world of opportunity in the future of work in Australia.
At Charles Sturt University, we want to help people find their path in tomorrow’s workplace. Then they will be able to thrive in their career, pursue their passion and bring their ideas to life. With Charles Sturt, you can discover your future and unlock your potential to make a difference in your life, your community and the world.
In Charles Sturt’s ‘The Future of Work’ series academics discuss how their industries will look over the coming years. From the skills that will be in demand to the technologies that will drive innovation, our experts will help you prepare for the future of work.
Explore the future of work
The future of education
How will children learn in the future? What role will technology play in the classroom? And what skills will kids need to make the most of their own future work opportunities?
The future of agriculture
Two of our senior agriculture academics discuss the issues the agriculture industry is likely to face in the coming years. Plus, they shine a light on how it is adapting to address issues in food production and sustainability.
The future of criminal justice and law
Our expert academics explore how policing, law enforcement, criminal justice and law will evolve, with technology and cyber space playing much more of a role in crime – and crime prevention.
The future of social work
From inequality and social justice to the impact of climate change, the social work industry is undergoing great change. Find out how those working in the field can adapt with Charles Sturt’s expert academics.
The future of information technology
With IT ever more central to many industries, how will work change for those creating and managing software and information systems? Charles Sturt’s academics explore the possibilities.
Changing demographics. Equality of access. Rising costs. All these will drive change in Australian healthcare. Our academics take a look at the future of this essential industry.
Technology is disrupting everything from film and digital media to photography and theatre. Our academics discuss these changes, and the opportunities they present for future creatives.
The future of business
From large multinational organisations to small businesses in regional Australia, how will we be doing business in the coming decades?
The future of digital marketing
In a dynamic online marketplace, how can businesses stand out? And what skills will marketing professionals need to thrive?
The future of journalism
As journalism adapts to the digital landscape, what skills will future journalists need to secure work, tell compelling stories, and find an audience?
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