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September 16th 2016:Improvising Careers How to Prepare for Jobs That Don't Exist Yet

Consider this: 85 percent of the jobs that today's K through 12 learners will perform haven’t yet been invented, from nanopharmacist to robotic ethics consultant, augmented reality designer, and many others we can only dream about. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that today’s schoolchildren will have between eight and ten jobs by the time they are 38. Since graduating from college, Christopher Bishop, who speaks, writes, and consults on the topic of improvising careers, has had seven vocations, including touring rock musician, web producer at interactive agencie and social media evange

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Christopher Bishop

Christopher Bishop is the poster child for how today’s learners will work in the 21st century’s workplace. He has had seven careers since graduating from Bennington College with a degree in German literature. Chris was a touring rock musician (played bass with Robert Palmer), jingle producer (sang on the first Kit Kat jingle “Gimme A Break”), and website project manager (developed Johnson & Johnson’s first corporate website). He then spent 15 years at IBM. While at Big Blue, Chris worked in various strategy and marketing roles, including providing social media support to the executive in charge of the IBM Foundation. Chris is also member of the board of TEDxTimesSquare and gave a talk at t
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