10. Office attire and workplace culture becomes more casual. Several years ago, Virgin Founder Richard Branson was on the cover of Forbes Magazine with a scissors cutting off his tie, calling for the end of business formal attire. With the rise of younger generations, and more employees working remote, there’s no doubt that the workplace is increasingly casual. In 2017, you will see a continuation of this trend, with more employees demanding to drop their suits and ties in exchange for jeans and shirts. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that about one-third of American employees do some or all of their work from home, and as someone who has worked from home for years, I can tell you that I’m not wearing a suit here! Today, 50% of managers say that employees wear less formal clothing than they did five years ago and nearly one-third would prefer to be at a company with a business casual dress code.

Dan Schawbel is a keynote speaker and the New York Times bestselling author of Promote Yourself and Me 2.0.