Transforming Lifelong Learning

Millions of workers urgently need to update their skills so they can pursue secure and fulfilling work.

A job is no longer a guarantee of economic security. But escaping low-paid or undervalued work is impossible for many. How do we help people grow their careers in a world that may soon be dominated by AI, robots and driverless cars?

What we're doing

In partnership with Bayes Impact and the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, we are testing an innovative approach to lifelong learning, via a digital careers and employability coaching platform.

Our goal is to advance the careers of over 100,000 low-paid workers in France, while developing a smaller pilot in the UK.

Get in touch

Contact us to find out more about this project.

Funders & partners

Future of Work

Helping everyone, regardless of background or starting point, find good work in an age of technological change.

Latest thinking on the future of work

  • The pandemic through the stories of key workers

    Long form

    Jake Jooshandeh

    During the pandemic, many key workers have experienced impacts on their economic security, mental and physical health, working and home lives. These are just some of their stories.

  • Improving the economic security of key workers is good for us all


    Jake Jooshandeh

    Tackling economic security is the right political agenda. It’s good for key workers, it’s good for employers, and it’s good for the economy.

  • Key workers in the pandemic


    Jake Jooshandeh

    This report puts forward a comprehensive agenda to tackle economic insecurity in key workers and ensure they are properly supported to enjoy secure, healthy, fulfilling lives.