When an individual largely deploys the same knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform a new job. The requirements of the new job, and often the title, are also the same as the previous one.
When an individual uses existing knowledge, skills, and abilities in a new job, but deploys them in a different way or in a different environment.
People acquire and develop skills through work, learning providers, self-study, workforce programs, apprenticeships, and everyday life. But too often they only see different versions of their current or most recent job title as an option. They don’t realize how their skills align and complement other roles. From Likely to Aligned examines how skills data surfaces aligned transitions, revealing previously unknown career pathways.
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