By Nicole Aguiar, Communications Manager
With more time spent at home, Americans are seizing the chance to learn new things. According to a June 2020 study, since social distancing began, more than half (51%) of U.S. adults surveyed had learned a new skill. And while this increase in learning is due to the minimized options for spending your free time right now, adopting lifelong learning can enhance our understanding of the world, provide us with better opportunities and improve our quality of life.
Choosing to be a part of the evolving marketing industry and mastering every change it brings, such as the rise of social media and the dominance of customers, proves we not only understand the value of lifelong learning, but we are most likely attracted to it. To make the most of your journey in personal and professional development, reflect on what you’re passionate about and identify your interests and goals. Make a list of what you would like to learn and then determine how you can accomplish it. There are many resources available to help you boost your skills and knowledge. Here are just a few you can leverage throughout your lifelong learning.