New report aims to spark discussion about future world of work for young adults with disability
In the fall of 2022, an Institute for Work & Health (IWH) research team led by Scientist Dr. Arif Jetha set out to examine how working life could change in Canada over the next seven years and what the implications might be for young adults with a disability.
Using established strategic foresight methods, the team created three scenarios of a future working world. These scenarios are designed to provoke discussion about the policies needed now to ensure inclusive work in 2030 for persons with disabilities.
A report outlining the three scenarios and the research methods behind them is now available.
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