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The students here are training to work in jobs that don’t yet exist.
Enrolled in a technical high school, they’re focusing on biohealth and chemistry — a core sector that the country plans to grow in to a 50 billion dollar export market by 2030.
“Since I was little, I’ve wondered why injections and medical treatments have to be painful and inconvenient, so I became determined to develop new medical solutions of my own.” “Korean society has long valued academic prestige and rather conventional career paths. But with the rapidly changing job market and technological disturbances brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, alternative methods are needed to help nurture valuable skills and innovative mindsets………..