How a government agency is preparing workers to thrive in the skills-based economy

Employers around the world face a growing skills crisis, as digital, data, and automation cause seismic shifts in employment, impacting roughly 30 percent of the global workforce. But there is opportunity here. Building new workforce capabilities can accelerate inclusive growth for national economies, increase socio-economic mobility among workers, and help organizations improve their financial and operational performance.

Investing in upskilling and reskilling workers is urgent, yet the playbook for doing so is outdated and won’t meet the multiplying need.

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