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What Does The Future Of Work Look Like For Women

What Does The Future Of Work Look Like For Women

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With advanced technology, digitization, and AI, it's no surprise that many of the jobs we've come to know and love will become obsolete in the next 5-10 years. This gig economy has its pros and cons, but as a workforce, we should all be prepared for what's to come. Join Katie Fiore, Founder of the Future of Women Foundation, for a discussion on how we can optimize the skills we already have to secure the resources we need in the future to survive! MEET THE SPEAKER: Katie Fiore is the founder of the Future of Women Foundation. After a 20+ year career in advertising and digital marketing, Katie became increasingly concerned with how advances in technology and automation will impact jobs, specifically for women. She started the Future of Women Foundation to start solving for the future of work, and ensure that the future works for all women.

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