We urgently need to equip young people with those skills—critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication.
Leah Moschella, a Pathways to Prosperity Network senior program manager, is quoted in this article on future-proof job skills from The Hechinger Report:
“In the face of something like automation, the people-facing jobs are the ones that are going to stay. So we urgently need to equip young people with those skills — critical thinking, problem-solving and communication. These are the skills we're hearing from industry are essential.”