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She is a high-caliber strategist with excellent project management skills and a fantastic ability to 'turn any lemon into a delicious lemonade'. She has a great talent in managing economic development initiatives and I find her conduct and performance to be of the highest quality.

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Planning Workforce Job Transitions: 4 Job Similarity Examples

HR practitioners and unions must address labour skillset issues and plan transition paths for careers disrupted by technology.

Viable job transitions can be identified once a declining job or field is matched to an in-demand group of jobs requiring similar skill-sets and knowledge.

High, medium and low similarity jobs

A close similarity between jobs increases the viability of change. Employers wont have to invest as much in training and workers will be less intimidated by the change.

The table below shows similar jobs for the following occupations:

  • office clerks, general admin
  • cooks, fast food
  • electrical engineering technicians
  • computer programmers

Book Leonie for a consultation to discuss how your organisation can use job transition data to your advantage.

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Understanding economic issues and specific business contexts allows us to identify viable and aggressive growth paths.
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More about Job Transition Methodology

Why the Workforce Finds some Job Transitions Undesirable

Business People Think in the Future: Reskilling and Upskilling Workers

Job Transition Methodology for Concerned People Development Practitioners


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