The Human Resources Development Fund (HEDAF) hosted a technical and digital specialists at its headquarters in Riyadh yesterday to discuss the future of the business in light of the digital transformation.
The participants in Diwaniyah agreed on the importance of recognizing the nature of jobs in the future, stressing the importance of qualifying the national cadres in an appropriate manner to keep abreast of the developments in the labor market, pointing out the need to achieve the requirements of jobs created for those wishing to obtain job opportunities in a labor market that is connected with technology.
"The digital transformation has become an imperative necessity imposed by the technical development. The National Commission for Digital Transformation aims to assist government and semi-governmental entities in implementing their strategies for digital transformation and development of implementation tools. With a digital switch, such as a data analyzer.
Wael Kabli, a technical consultant, said that 50% of employees know that their jobs will change over the next five years, while 30% do not notice a change in their jobs, while 20% do not know whether there will be a change or change. No, adding that studies indicate that between 2015 and 2020 will disappear 35% of jobs or change the job description for them.
He pointed out that most of the smart applications focused on jobs that require simple skills such as applications for taxi demand, and the delivery of food, pointing to specialized smart applications to help the parties to address the small problems and the task of the largest and provide new services.
At the same time, Walid Al-Hamid, the investor, ruled out the total disappearance of jobs from the labor market, but the practical skills will change. He urged officials to review and develop the scientific and training disciplines to cope with technical and vocational development and digital transformation. Business and organization of internal work and maximize profits.