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Xjob

The passion by your work & your life.Is the future

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nueva generación para el trabajo

New generations are more proactive and collaborative, for example, the generation of the Millennium, "Z" generation and tactile.

Education systems combined with new technology is ideal for students.

The ideal would be an online test of skills for strengthening and focusing on future work, sharing knowledge with students and interns from other countries.

Xjob is an open source in education to share professional experience, tips and knowledge.

Xjob develop unique combined system (all in one); The best education systems in other countries (South Korea, Israel, Germany, Canada, etc.)

*Just imagine -the education system of South Korea with the flexibility of education system of  Netherlands.

With Xjob students will be able to exchange theirs careers (student-student) at the university or high school, the benefit of finding true passion and vocational career. (Music, arts, science and engineering, mathematics, social studies, etc.)

passion+skills(abilities,knowledge)+working experience=HIT (success)


Who is your idea designed for and how does it reimagine higher education to support the needs of tomorrow?

Xjob is the program in online platform that connects universities,teachers,students,Companies & news Startups for to find a job(working experience)- through of internet( house-work/house-office). The future of education is a model more open & accessible for students where the globalization and Competitiveness is a factor to consider. Xjob proposes an open system, taking the best the education systems of the other countries & make one combined system (all in one).

This idea emerged from:

  • An individual

What skills, input or guidance from the OpenIDEO community would be most helpful in building out or refining your idea?

Share Experiences in educational systems in different countries & cultures.

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Photo of mark warmann
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its interesting; Great contribution.

Photo of Luis Orozco
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thanks, mark

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