¿Tu hijo aún no sabe qué estudiar?

This book, "Doesn't Your Child Know What to Study Yet?" in English, helps you discover everything you need to know to assist the children on choosing the perfect future job for them.
In this book, Elena Ibáñez explains to parents with numerous examples, the four steps they need to follow to help their children:
  1. The information they need to know about their children before recommending them different career paths so they can grow together.
  2. Learn the roles of the 21st Century jobs through real professionals due to key information what will help us identify our children's life purpose.
  3. Disocver the main technologies our children will have to work with.
  4. Be aware of the future jobs with more employability opportunities for our children.

The moment has arrived. Your children need to choose and it's not always easy, not for them or 78% of the Spanish students. Half of the kids that do know what to study choose traditional jobs without knowing most of them will disappear in the coming years. Besides, 1 in 3 students don't get to finish the first course of the chosen degree.

Why is that? Because every year, more and more new professions arise that neither young people, parents, and sometimes nor even counselors know about. Because there's a huge offer of both Bachelor's Degrees and Vocational Trainings. Because it's harder for schools and educational centres if they count on few guidance counselors.

What can we do? Face the problem from a more effective perspective and apply fruitful resources, such as the Singularity Experts' methodology, platform awarded by the main guidance and education agents.

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Thanks to her deep knowledge of the job market and vocational guidance, Elena Ibáñez dismantles the main beliefs that lead to wrong choices, life frustration, and dropping out of education.

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"You have now in your hands a very useful, enriching, and practical tool that can help those who need support in finding their path. With a friendly and simple style, Elena shares lessons and guidelines that serve as a guide to clarify doubts and explore future professions."
Laura Rojas-Marcos

Clinical and Health Psychology PhD, therapist, researcher, writer, and speaker

"Parents have a great influence on their children's choice of a career path, a topic that concerns the majority. That's why Elena Ibáñez's book is so recommendable, as it introduces the reader, in a rigorous and entertaining way, to the multiple aspects that need to be considered to support and constructively accompany children in their career choices in an increasingly technological and complex world."
Clara Bassols

Fundación Bertelsmann Director

"At the end of the 20th Century, knowledge doubled daily, and now all areas are in exponential growth. This confirms what all studies indicate: by 2030, 50% of the current jobs will have disappeared. 85% of them do not exist yet, and as this trend remains and strengthens, how many of these new professions will still exist in 2040, 2050...? This means that our students will have to learn, unlearn, and relearn continuously and permanently. That's why it is essential to advise them so they can know their abikities, skills, and strengths and thus adapt to any circumstances that arise in their lives. This book is an essential tool to help and guide our students of today, professionals of tomorrow, to decide which role they can best develop in a future job market that is as changing as it is attractive."
Luis V. García Álvarez

President of 3A Schools (Alameda International School, Arcángel International School, and Ábaco School)

“Essential and magnificent analysis of the new challenges that, as parents and counselors, we must face to help our children and students choose their studies. From a totally new perspective that considers the areas of highest demand in the immediate future, aligned with the interests and purposes that move young people in life.”
Luis Madrid

Director of Ágora Madrid International School and Ágora Lledó International School. UN-accredited Specialist in International Education

¿Tu hijo aún no sabe qué estudiar? is a suggestive title, but in my opinion, this book goes far beyond answering this question. Elena has dared to analyze the connections between skills and training routes, and future jobs with the idea that whatever the students learn will turn them into a flexible, adaptable professional able to reinvent themselves. It is in this aspect that this book is key: it is courageous in defining the jobs of our immediate future and the best way to prepare for them.”
Javier Rodríguez Zapatero

Founder of ISDI-Digitalent Group (School of Business and Technology for the digital era)

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