By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The present skills will may be obsolete in future. Some jobs will disappear, others will grow and jobs that don't exist today will become popular tomorrow . What is certain is that the future workforce will need to align its skill-set to keep pace. The digital revolution is here. It is cascading across every industry, causing wide-scale enterprise disruption and redefining customer expectations. For workers of the future, the ability to adapt their skills to the changing needs of the workplace will be critical. The number of employees who are operating in a more non-standard, complex job will increase, while less complex work will be automated. The time it takes for people's skills to become irrelevant will shrink.The clamour for up-skilling continues and while many employers are proactive with in-house L&D (learning and development) efforts, it is really up to me to shape my career,”Women in tech are traditionally known to have a leaning towards project management and testing-related roles. A survey shows that for every 100 testing jobs, there were 34 women compared with 66 men. When it comes to hardcore programming roles, the ratio changes to 25:75 respectively. A positive turn is beginning to shape up with more women signing up for core tech courses. Female participation on an overall basis has doubled. "Data and data-related subjects are more amenable to working women. It not only requires coding/technical skills, but also a strong business understanding. They don't have to just sit and write the code, but also think through the deep implication of data on the overall business,”.Effective planning of career need that you keep a spring loaded boot in your feet apparently you can re-boot with spring action and bounce back with simple steps from job loss. Reportedly losing your resent job is very hard. It may dents your self-esteem; it's tough on your bank account; and if you're not smart about your next steps, it can derail your future career. Aside from getting back on the horse and looking for a new job, what else should you do to get back on track? How do you maintain your self-confidence? Who should you talk to about the situation? And how should you frame the layoff to future employer's tough questions to handle smoothly. You may have simple steps or complex steps to bounce back from a job loss before you jump to another job take some time to grieve and weeping and then analyze what went wrong with job and then look at your positive sides and approach your network support system managing your finances effectively .Increase your visibility in job portal and social media and "Make sure your social media profile is up and running” take care of yourselves and identify with your core skills and acquire new certifications in demand and as stop gap think of freelance jobs and be creative .