Developing your skills with Continuum

1 Min Read - By Brian Wong

How prepared are you for the workforce? At Continuum, our vision is to be the go-to global vocational school and community for the next generations of remote learners and workers to develop their skills.

The missing skills gap

It appears traditional schools do not prepare us for the workforce as articles reported that 70% of workers feel underprepared. Anxiety like that could lead workers to feel insecure about their skills and never feel confident about their work.

We are witnessing the first entry of the next generation into the workforce. Most of us are just discovering what it means to work in an office, be a part of a work environment, and even seek mentorship.

The role of Continuum

In our view, there are no clear career pathing discoveries. Young people are watching educational content on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok, which can be distracting with the abundance of other content.

Continuum was built specifically for creatives, freelancers, remote workers, and our learning ecosystem. We are a curated feed of short-form content on all the topics you need to thrive as a creative in today’s digital-first world. Everything on our platform is actionable, educational, and supported by gamified learning features like rewards, notes, and quizzes.

Currently, learners can watch content, engage in discussions, and take courses, notes, and quizzes on the topics that interest them. If you’re a creator interested in posting or collaborating on content, apply to be a Continuum Creator here.

According to Stanford professor Nick Bloom’s and WFH Research’s research, workers ages 20 to 29 are the least likely to prefer working fully remotely, at 24%. As Gen Zs move to remote work, our courses help them develop essential digital skills.

Explore our different tracks to help you prepare for the workforce today!

Brian Wong
Brian has experience managing communities for web3 startups, DAOs, and NFT collections, leading social media efforts for SMBs, as well as working in film production, and talent management roles. He is based in Singapore.