With rising automation in manufacturing space, career growth lies in services sector only. Jobs instability was a major repercussion of this pandemic, with many businesses insecure of hiring full-time staff.

A career revolution is imminent. We are transitioning from full-time engagements with one company (or client) to skills-on-demand in multiple engagements. This skill-on-demand model is not to be confused with part-time work, gigs, or freelancing. Career growth will depend upon various skills you possess and the engagement it demands – involving possibilities of multiple contracts at the same time.

For example, you may possess skills in Chinese cuisine, CNC machining and Salsa dancing. A skills-on-demand concept implies that:

· A dance school may engage you as substitute teacher for 3 weeks from 8 to 10 AM
· A technical institute would want you to train interns for 16 weeks from 2 to 5 PM
· A multi-cuisine restaurant wants you to cook Chinese dishes for dinner on weekends

This is also a blessing in disguise because it unveils the possibility for many people to follow their passion (hidden skills).

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