I thought this was pretty interesting so I thought I'd share it:
The graphic below lists the skills industry leaders valued in 2015, as well as the skills they will be looking for in 2020.
It's sourced from the Future of Jobs Report, World Economic Forum, and you can see the top three are, Complex Problem Solving, Critical Thinking and Creativity. You can see the direct link these three skills lend to mathematics and need to encourage problem solving and inquiry-based learning in the classroom. Other skills listed on the 2020 list and not on the 2015 are: Emotional Intelligence and Cognitive Flexibility, I found this interesting too, could you incorporate these ideas in a Math lesson?