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Opération Avenir offers educational content to demystify 7 sectors of the future

The world of employment is changing rapidly, and our young people are aware of it. 53 % of 14 to 26 year olds say they don't know what they want to do for a living. It is difficult to properly target your career choice when 85 % of the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not yet been created.

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The world of employment is changing rapidly, and our young people are aware of it. 53 % of 14 to 26 year olds say they don't know what they want to do for a living. And we can understand them: it is difficult to properly target your career choice when 85 % of the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not yet been created.

What skills will be needed to find its place in the fields of the future? Artificial intelligence, robotization, drones, big data, what are the emerging technologies and how will they influence the future world of work?

This is whatOperation Avenir wants to demystify.

The Opération Avenir booklet is the showcase for emerging fields and careers. This educational material is available free to order for all school stakeholders wishing to use it with their secondary school students, through the Operation Avenir website.

It presents 7 fast-growing economic sectors, all supported by fun educational activities and ideas for classroom animation.

The goal: to see the future beyond statistics and help young people base their choices on their values, their skills and the new technologies that drive them.

Opération Avenir is intended to be an informative reference to equip the society of tomorrow towards real fields of the future, growing and offering sustainable jobs. These areas are:

  • The environment;
  • Finances;
  • Technology;
  • Aerospace;
  • Wood;
  • Art and digital creativity;
  • Accountability.

In addition, this booklet informs young people about the orientation process, the challenges of the future and employment opportunities in the regions.

Responding to the needs of school stakeholders by offering quality material to be presented to their students in order to motivate them and support them in their development and their choice of career, such is the aim of this booklet. All completely free of charge thanks to the support of partners.

The main career objective of 14-26 year olds is to flourish in a field / profession that fascinates them. So let's offer them the resources to discover these passions in fields of the future.

About September editor

Since 1982, Septembre éditeur has diversified its publications, which now encompass a host of titles relating to education and guidance. In addition to practical guides for professionals and consulting books for parents, Septembre éditeur also has educational material, information platforms and digital services.

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