Relevant professional skills and new technologies accelerate employment opportunities at the convenience of employees
Pakistan has generated a whopping $ 500 million entirely through freelance and ranked as the fourth fastest growing market in the world for freelancers. Pakistan is among the top five countries in the world for self-employment and generates a significant calculated amount of $ 500 million fully self-employed, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF) report. New skills required in the World Economic Forum’s “New Era – The Future of Jobs” report of the World Economic Forum said. “We estimate that by 2025 our community will be one million strong, generating well over $ 1 billion in remittances for Pakistan,” he said. Acquiring new skills through an online knowledge platform is an opportunity for freelancers and tech enthusiasts to grasp global business perspectives. Extreme Commerce launches Pakistan’s digital platform with more than 150 skillsets, according to the report. The World Economic Forum, in its Future of Jobs report, identified new skills required for Pakistan’s post-pandemic economic recovery. Digital skills are the key to harnessing the right opportunities in the market. Pakistan’s e-commerce industry has grown significantly during the Covid-19 pandemic, which is among the fastest growing in the world, he said. Extreme Commerce, Pakistan’s leading institution working to grow in the field of e-commerce and digital skills, while creating a learning platform for ‘Jobs of Tomorrow’, Extreme Commerce has created tools for interactive learning for the new generation of entrepreneurs and freelancers. As Pakistan’s leading EdTech focused on e-commerce and digital skills, it aims to bring innovation and quality with technology, under one roof and ultimately make Pakistan the hub of technology practitioners. Gradually evolving entrepreneurs in the e-commerce industry are breaking down the barriers of feudal mentality. The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report also means new knowledge capital around Internet of Things (IoT) jobs, artificial intelligence, and deep data mining and analysis are essential. to promote economic progress. Extreme Commerce seeks to be the hub of opportunity and potential by providing extension of income streams by making sales on international and domestic e-commerce platforms like Amazon, eBay, Shopify, Fiverr, Upwork, etc. with the aim of infusing $ 1 billion. every year in the local economy.
To fill the global skills gap with Pakistani experts, Extreme Commerce has extended its digital learning platform with (Video Boot Camp) VBC 150+.
The organization has introduced more e-commerce and freelance learning opportunities, with its revamped and improved Video Boot Camp with 50 additional courses to master new challenges and opportunities. Video Boot Camp 100 possessed a wide range of e-commerce skills which provided students with marketable skills. But now the 150+ additional courses are designed to provide team building skills, soft skills, marketing, management and communication skills. With 50 additional courses featuring e-commerce and digital commerce skills and over 60 Zameen interviews, Extreme commerce is trying to make 2021 a remarkable year for big changes in the e-commerce industry in Pakistan.
The World Economic Forum, in its Future of Jobs report, identified new skills required for Pakistan’s post-pandemic economic recovery. Digital skills are the key to harnessing the right opportunities in the market.
Language has always been a barrier to entry for skills development. However, the wide range of courses have been upgraded with SIX additional languages ââwhich will now help overcome past language barriers. He opened doors for new freelancers by providing them with an in-depth course on Fiverr and Upwork.
The VBC 150+ stood out by introducing medical freelancing, the newest addition to VBC. This offers a range of courses for health and fitness enthusiasts, nutritionists and practicing medical students.
Understanding the analysis of data on medical platforms is one of the most demanding skills in the world. Human well-being has been identified as one of the major challenges for humanity in the Covid-19 pandemic, where medical data has opened up new vistas for information technology evangelists.
By creating new avenues for emerging technologies to benefit society as a whole, the new paradigm of algorithms has automated businesses and can have a huge impact on labor markets, but it has created opportunities for the self-employed to generate new models of business development and service delivery.
The VBC has also introduced a revamped digital and multimedia marketing curriculum that offers a new spectrum of skills. In digital marketing, there are lead generation, Chatbot and Many chat type courses that help and guide all entrepreneurs, freelancers, digital marketers in general.
The new VBC mobile app is ready to roll out with 150 courses and 60 Zameen on Android and iOS. The 150+ new courses are sources of income that must rewrite the fate of the Pakistani economy.
As the Future of Jobs report indicates, the future of technology is more mobile and personal, Extreme Commerce launched the Video Boot Camp on mobile app and game stores. The new VBC mobile app is ready to roll out with 150 courses and 60 Zameen on Android and iOS. The 150+ new courses are sources of income that must rewrite the fate of the Pakistani economy. This will not only stimulate the economy, but also reduce the unemployment rate.
Extreme Commerce is Pakistan’s first EdTech start-up that focuses solely on skills development and capacity building in the field of e-commerce and digital.
Founded in 2017, it is the largest community of its kind in Pakistan, with over 750,000 members to date and over 100 courses and income sources to choose from.
Mishal Pakistan and Extreme Commerce are working together to raise awareness of skills required for âJobs of Tomorrowâ.
Mishal Pakistan is the country’s partner institute of New Economy and Business Platforms, World Economic Forum.
The development and improvement of skills and human capacities through education, learning and meaningful work are the main drivers of economic success, individual well-being and societal cohesion.
The global transition to a future of work is defined by an ever-growing cohort of new technologies, by new sectors and markets, by global economic systems that are more interconnected than at any time in history, and by information that travel quickly and spread. large.
Yet the last decade of technological advancement has also brought the looming possibility of massive job displacements, unsustainable skill shortages, and a competing claim to the unique nature of human intelligence now challenged by artificial intelligence.
The coming decade will require determined leadership to achieve a future of work that realizes human potential and creates widely shared prosperity.
– Source: APP