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Mechanical engineer Michael Arnold says complex problem solving is the number one skill employers are seeking today and in the future, according to the World Economic Forum, as it provides “the power to change things for the better”.

With many future jobs not yet in existence, children need to be prepared for the challenges the future will bring. Innovation will provide solutions to many of the different problems that will be faced.

According to Mr Arnold, children should be taught problem-solving from the time they begin kindergarten right up until they complete high school to better prepare them for the future world.