Skills for Growth: Creating a future ready workforce | World Economic Forum

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The ability of a nation to adapt to changing workforce demands and technological advancements is a key determinant of its success. Here are some key insights:

Skills Drive Growth: The discussion emphasizes the pivotal role of skills in driving economic productivity and growth. The consensus is clear: a skilled workforce is fundamental to a thriving economy.

Skills Shortages Challenge: While skills are crucial, many regions grapple with skills shortages. This challenge, however, doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all solution. Finding effective remedies remains an ongoing struggle.

Singapore’s Transformation: Singapore stands out as a testament to what forward-looking workforce planning can achieve. In just two generations, this nation transitioned from a low-income to a high-income country, showcasing the importance of preparing for the future workforce.

Collaboration in Singapore: Singapore’s successful model involves close collaboration between the public and private sectors.

EU’s Growth Model: Shifting the focus to the European Union, the discussion highlights the need to rejuvenate the growth model. Factors such as technological advancements, global competition, and demographic changes have prompted the EU to rethink its approach to economic progress. EU Funding: To address these challenges, the European Union has allocated a substantial budget of 65 billion euros for extensive reskilling and upskilling programs across Europe.

Building Trust: A common thread in the discussion is the need to build trust in reskilling and upskilling programs. Convincing individuals of the value of acquiring new skills is a top priority, as scepticism can be a barrier to participation.

In a rapidly changing job landscape, continuous learning and adaptability are crucial for both individuals and organizations. This ongoing transformation, while presenting challenges, also offers opportunities for workers to transition into new, potentially more sustainable roles.

Check out the 40min panel discussion video: bit.ly/49C4vYY

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