The Future Of Work Goes To Social Intelligence

In this past weekend's  NYTimes piece, Why What You Learned in Preschool Is Crucial at Work, we learn that jobs requiring social skills are the only ones growing, while those that don't are in steady decline.

It's at least a call for preparing the next gen for social intelligence at work. This includes the potentials for quality connections through empathy, presence and conversation.  Having most useful knowledge and know how on phones, this frees up a lot of time for students to cultivate social potentials and habits.