Founded by english-speaking diaspora scots NMF will do all it can to help usa prevent compounding risks that result in this places livelihoods destruction however we seek to love ever nations peoples futures of work and learning at the same time because that what we have spent 45 years (and in 2018 The Economist will be 175 years old) trying to value the learning economy's growth of people by ending poverty out of every www-linkedin community
what is a livelihood office-why different from careers office?
what do jobs of post-industrial age consist of
why did Norman Macrae of The Economist start ER debate of designing locally sustainable globalisation in 1972
what are the next 3 billion jobs of worldwide net generation is to be sustainability generation by 1972
are america's futures rules over by keynsian pro-youth economist or the opposite
why does america legislate itself into so many historic truths that are conflicted with future truths
has usa enough media on side of growing peoples livelihoods
has usa enough open spaces for preventing the pensioned class from ruling over youth and everyone else
what are the 4 primary literacies of early 21st c - the languages english, chinese, mother tongue , coding -what other literacies need to grow most - local arts, the main franciscan language (probably spanish) because along with confucian taoism - franciscan was attracts over billion people - in effect nearly 3 billion people leading sustainability either have a taoist/zen/maharishi or franciscan culture or civic values that can be mapped as truly congruent with these cultures- this may be surprising as one of these twin hopes relies on a god but with clear lines of human responsibility for interpreting what god says about loving families ahead every crossroads of modernity and the other is gravitated around believing in human goodness as the ultimate way to sustain societies..
....ER (Entrepreneurial Revolution) - curriculum mediated in The Economist from 1972-
generations hire economists to design what futures investments compound- why wouldn't parents and grandparents of the worldwide net generation hire economists to systemise opportunities of creating these 3 billion jobs ?
what is a livelihood office
how do you know if yoiur school (middle, high, graduate) has a livelihoods office?
look for the opposite of a careers office which says if you get a series of college certificates then you will secure a career in xxx because data sgows that the majority of youth at whatever age theuy first leave the education system wil no longer have big corporations waiting top offer jobs to the most paper qualified; instead the majority of jobs involve service team franbchises; and gthe majority of jobs desgfined by 200 nations sustainability goals announced globally in 2016 will be gereated by microfranchises
so a livelihhods office would empower students and teachers to search through microfrachoises- which nes in comunities you might want to live in have vacnacies- exactly whayts skillsets do you need to practice to lead your community's microfranchise- the good and bad news is that the vast majority of microfranchises dont need many yeras of academic specialisation - they need interdisciplianry skils but most of all emotioanl inteligences to energiuse a team 24/7/365 and connecytions with open technolgues that ensure that markets are buult round the smallest entreprsies possible-
why do we know that the next 3 billion jobs withy mainly be designed around post=-indistrial revolution- alreday oin 1972 thoise economoiesd tyhat were progresing most (with one exception) were mainly service or elarning economoies- success in such economiesd griows peoples not juts thing consumption- why had this trend becomne unbsoppable because since 1946 the world sutarted deoubling spends in elarning comunication technologues (microelectoronics compouters microchips satellite elarning moon races. earth races worldwide webs) every 7 years- juts s there were famous moores laws such as valley that grew with analyticl poiwer of silicon chips doubling every 7 teras - by 1972 it was clear this doubling woukld continue to 2030 - thats 4000+fold more spend on learninhg communications technologies
is spend 4000 more on learning comunications technolgies giing to lead to a golden age for humanity or the reverse- well noth futuresd are systemically possible but not much in between; if 2030 or 20225 or 2020 or 2015 to be in the younger half of te worlod then the cost of basic socal services (heath safety education not startving and not dehydrating) most be worldwide community accessible at ever lower cost
whats inconvenenint about this
first manufacturing jobs and solitary big organsiations are nlot gping to be the future of any growth economy
second smes are going to be core to every sustainble community- this will require markjets chanels in which smes not large corporation thrive
ok there will be a few sectirs whoiere big nations will nneed policies of whose sector is it to lead but these debates dont impavct 90% of loivelihoods-
timelines we mapped in 1972 have mainlhy be overshot - thats nlot because our deadlines were wrong as goals - oits an indicator that we are not desiging sustaonble livelihooods for youth - this map show what types of new jobs sustainability requiresd- yer agina this is proof that we need microfranchise offices in every school- so why do some nations teachers hate this idea and is america the nation where teavjhers hate this idea most