Tyton Partners, an investment banking and strategy consulting firm focused on the global knowledge markets, featured JFF’s career navigation market scan on TytonPartners.com and called attention to the way COVID-19 is accelerating the need for new tools to help people chart their career paths. Before the pandemic struck, people were already finding that their working lives were more defined by variety than consistency. Now the need for new career navigation tools is more urgent, especially for the millions of workers often overlooked or underserved by traditional approaches.
This feature builds on the introduction that Andrea Mainelli, Senior Advisor, and Adam Newman, Founder & Managing Partner, of Tyton Partners penned for JFFLabs’ Career Navigation Technology 2020 report. The fourth in our series of market scans, this report focuses on emerging career navigation technologies designed to help working adults successfully identify, select, and prepare for new career opportunities. In the introduction and online they wrote:
This market scan offers a road map through the complex and messy ecosystem of career navigation—for workers, we know this report will give you hope that there are tools out there made just for you—and they could be your key to finding a meaningful and evolving lifelong career journey.Andrea Mainelli, Senior Advisor, and Adam Newman, Founder & Managing Partner, Tyton Partners