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Many have written about the importance of creativity as it relates to preparation for the modern workforce; such statements emphasize individual skill and societal factors. In the coming decades, creativity is predicted to be one of the skills in greatest demand (Bakhshi et al., 2017), and is one of the least likely skills to be automated (Frey & Osborne, 2017). Adolescence is a time with enormous potential for creative growth, which is necessary in the lifetime trajectory of creative development. Adolescence is also, however, a time when individuals are especially likely to abandon creative passions and pursuits. Though adolescence is both a consequential and promising time in creative development, it has not been studied as thoroughly as creativity in childhood and adulthood. This chapter covers the research supporting the argument for an increased focus on the development and enhancement of creativity in adolescence, and reviews a breadth of research that addresses this goal.
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