How technology is changing the workplace
Technological change, technological development, technological achievement, or technological progress is the overall process of invention, innovation and diffusion of technology or processes. In essence technological change is the invention of technologies including processes and their commercialization via research and development producing emerging technologies, the continual improvement of technologies in which they often become less expensive, and the diffusion of technologies throughout industry or society which sometimes involves disruption and convergence. In short, technological change is based on both better and more technology.
There are loads of jobs opening up and loads also closing down because of the work rate and people around the world. You also need GCSE and AL's to get jobs for example you only need three A's to get a job to work as someone who stacks
Skills and qualities
Learning how to identify your workplace skills and personal qualities and to believably write and talk about them with employers, in resumes, cover letters, and during interviews, will transform your job search. Examples of what type of things you need to get a job/placement: GCSE's, A Level's, communication skills, will to make you really want the job/ placement that you are looking for.
Ella Conroy 10m Mrs Doonan LLW AFL