The Global Skills Dilemma. How can supply keep up with demand?
Labour markets across the globe continue to be placed under pressure as more than ever businesses are struggling to find the skilled talent they need. This year’s report, the eighth edition to date, uses a unique index to assess the magnitude of the challenges facing labour markets across the 34 countries. To provide context around the index scores, the report highlights several factors impacting economies globally, including wage stagnation and its potential causes, the disappearance of mid-skilled job and occupational gender segregation.
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