I am
the future
of work
now what?!

The conversation starts here
and young people need to be a part of it.

Take the survey

The way we learn, work and live is
changing faster than we even realise.
How does it affect you?


At the OECD, we can help young people to make sense of the public debates on jobs and learning. Through this platform, our goal is to give you the tools to understand these issues and the means to contribute to the conversation.

If you are between 15 and 30, whatever your current situation or background may be, share your insights with us by taking the survey. Your opinions will reach those who are shaping tomorrow’s world of work. Understanding your expectations and hearing your ideas will help us to design better policies.

How much do you know about
the state of the world of work?

We know it’s a tough world out there and you probably have a lot of questions,
so we’ve compiled some important resources for you on work and learning.

How can groups of students contribute?


Are you a teacher or educational professional? Are your students aware of the rapid transformations in how we learn and work? Do they know how this affects them and their future choices? Help them to join the conversation and shape the debate through a new OECD consultation. We can only build a more inclusive future of work by involving young people, and through this survey, their perspectives will be included in the organisation’s work. To help you in organising activities with your students around the survey, we have put together a handout for teachers with more details.

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I am the future of work


This new initiative is part of the I am the Future of Work campaign, which we launched in 2019 to explore the impact on people’s lives of the major shifts taking place in the world of work. This consultation follows on from the Future of Work Roadshow event series, which was put on hold due to the pandemic.

Dive deeper into the data, expert interviews and insights that we’ve gathered for you, from the OECD and beyond.

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