The Fourth Industrial Revolution heralds massive disruption to the world of work. Automation, robotics and changing labour markets are set to transform work, impacting jobs, skills and wages.
Technology is inevitably changing the way we work, and those industries unaffected by this change will be the exception rather than the rule.
Are we doing enough now to protect workers' rights and ensure technology is creating a better working environment? What skills do we need to navigate the world of work in the future? What new occupations might become a reality?
Nesta is involved in a range of research into the future of work and skills, from creating a more inclusive digital economy to empowering workers with the skills they need for tomorrow, and equipping today's children with more resilient skills for a changing jobs market.