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Thanks to globalization and new technologies, the rate of churn in business and labor markets continues to increase, adding to the challenge of keeping your knowledge and skills relevant. To avoid obsolescence, get into “refresh mode” by learning on the fly, continually developing valuable new skills, and seeking out new learning opportunities.


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Avoid obsolescence: never stop learning!


Based on Stretch: How to Future-Proof Yourself for Tomorrow’s Workplace by Karie Willyerd and Barbara Mistick (Wiley, February 2016) and an interview with Beverly Edwards , Senior Vice President Operations, First Transit Inc., March 2016.