Advanced technologies and globalisation have transformed our 21st century job landscape in both exciting and challenging ways. But our education system is not necessarily equipping children for the new opportunites and challenges ahead - one of the key reasons for the high rates of graduate unemployment and underemployment in the UK.
This is a problem across the globe. The good news is that some of the best minds in the world are grappling with this problem and empowering individuals and communities to thrive in the years ahead. This is the focus of the highly acclaimed film, Most Likely To Succeed by the award winning documentarian Greg Whitely. Most Likely To Succeed was an official selection at the 2015 Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals, and premiered in London to a sold out audience at the Barbican earlier this year.
The film will run for 89 minutes and will be followed by a short discussion and Q&A. This is a not to be missed event for all parents, educators and teenagers who want to understand what it will take to thrive in our fast changing 21st century jobs landscape.