I'm a third year PhD student in the Developmental Psychology and Education Program at OISE, at the University of Toronto. I work under the supervision of Michal Perlman and am an active member of the Future SkillsResearch Lab
My primary area of interest is the future skills required in the evolving world of work. The Fourth Industrial Revolution has ushered in an era of employment uncertainty. Young people entering the labour market are increasingly insecure about how to secure employment now that jobs are becoming automated. Researchers, policy-makers and educators have recognized the need to train people with the future skills
needed for the future world of work.
Through my research, I aim to understand the who, what and how
of future skills.