I’m giving this talk to college students for the second year running.
I’m going to Stetson University later this month for 5 days as a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow.
Maximizing job security is obviously a big issue for college students and so I came up with this idea for a lecture. Global warming and peak oil and food insecurity are only starting to be big issues in terms of creating employment. But over the course of the lives of most those who are now students, they will be some of the biggest drivers.
What should students study and do now in college to be most employable in 2020, 2030, 2040 and beyond? And yes, I do tell them that becoming experts in diabetes and/or gerontology also pretty much guarantees job security over the next 50 years….