Technology, Socioeconomics and Education
Keywords:socioeconomy, employability, creatiavity, TECHNOLOGY
One of the characteristics of the late XX century and early XXI century is the constant technological, economic, and social transformations that are clearly interrelated where any technological innovation directly influences the socio-labour sphere. This fact can be seen, for example, in the growth of business models based on the economy of platforms (Gig economy) and in the robotization of productive systems that are accelerating a new labour scenario by creating, replacing and transforming many of the Occupations known so far. Some of the most representative facts that characterize these transformations would be.
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