THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION ON THE LABOR MARKET AND THE SKILLS OF ACADEMICS: CASE "ADEQUACY BETWEEN UNIVERSITY TRAINING OFFERS AND THE JOB MARKET"

N. Benmousa, K. Mansouri, M. Qbadou, E. Illoussamen

University Hassan II casablanca (MOROCCO)
According to Dutch and US studies, 50% of the tasks will be automated over the next decades, and according to the interviews with recruiters that the candidate's profile should be adapted to the needs of the ever-changing market. Despite the concern of employers and the efforts made by universities in accrediting new training, the future of the professional world remains difficult to define and depends considerably on technological change and competitiveness. Indeed, according to researchers at the Institute of the Future of Humanity of the Oxford and Yale Universities, the impact of artificial intelligence disrupts, nowadays, the labor market.

The purpose of this article is to present results of the study carried out among academics and recruiters in the form of pedagogical performance indicators allowing to have a vision on the skills required to prepare for future jobs on the one hand and to facilitate change management on the other hand. These indicators and graphic illustrations will be of great help in decision-making and above all a basis for further enhancing the skills of the 21st century.