Seventeen Magazine: Hot Jobs of the Future
In this 2005 article in the annual College edition, Glen Hiemstra is asked about the hot jobs of the future and the kind of education that would lead to them. “Hot Jobs of the Future” Published November, 2005.
Society of American Florists Articles
After providing a keynote address to the Society of American Florists at their annual meeting in Hawaii in 2004, Glen was asked by this professional association to provide a series of articles on the future for their member publication, Trend Tracker. With some delay, each issue is published on the Web as a pdf file. You can read them by following the links below.
- Fall 2004: Industrial to Digital: How Revolutions Change Business
- Winter 2005: Sizing up Tomorrow’s Customer
- Spring 2005: It’s A Web Web World
- Summer 2005: Day-Glo Dianthus and Aphrodisiacal Asters – Genetic Modification and the Industry
- Fall 2005: Globalization: Good or Bad for the Industry?
Lessons From the Future: Healthcare Benefits Beyond 2014
Glen Hiemstra gave the keynote speech at futureFOCUS: Benefit Strategies in the Future Tense, hosted by Delta Dental on June 7, 2004. Following his speech, Delta Dental highlighted Glen’s thoughts on Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunitites in FYI, their employee newsletter. Published in Summer 2004.
Across the Board, the publication of The Conference Board, features comments by Glen along with other experts in the January-February 2004 issue, in an article on outsourcing titled “Will We All Be Unemployed?”, by Matthew Budman.
USNews.com Friday Forward Interview
Next News is a regular column written by James Pethokoukis for U.S. News & World Report online publication USNews.com. In this article, Friday Forward: A Chat with a Futurist, James interviewed Glen regarding trends in the next 10 to 25 years, and also asked some interesting questions about sources, books, and more. Published on March 5, 2004.