If it’s not ‘digital’ then it’s falling behind

This week in ‘The Digital Professional’ we looked at how technology is affecting the workplace. Commentators predict that there will be an increased inequality, as the smart become smarter and traditionally low-skilled jobs decline (Gillinson and O’Leary, 2006). Hence, graduates of the 21st century need to be adaptable, innovative and resilient to flourish in an…

Our Digital Footprint

This week I started a new module called ‘The Digital Professional’ at the Careers Centre. Each week, we have to write a blog post reflecting on the issues discussed. As this is relevant to the History interns’ work with careers, I thought it would be valuable to post some of these blogs on the History…