The Global Aging Initiative, established by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, tells us that "[t]he world stands on the threshold of a demographic revolution with few parallels in humanity's past. It's called global aging, and in the coming decades it will subject nations around the world to extraordinary economic, social, and political challenges." This international issue creates particular challenges for employers with swollen workforces: who will do the work of tomorrow?
Innovative organizations are thinking about the state of their talent pipelines in 10 or even 20 years by working actively to communicate with students still in grammar and high schools. By investing both time and resources in local educational partners and classroom presentations, these companies are actively working to create jobs and a more-educated workforce.