The jobs of the future are highly technology intensive and the combined effort of governments and international organisations must pick up pace to upgrade workers’ skills, according to one economic research analyst at analytics firm GlobalData.
Concerns over the growing digital skills gap in Australia’s workforce have been revealed in a new study that found that 88% of employers find it hard to get employees with the skills they need.
PAXUS: The most in demand and highest paying jobs of the future will likely be hybridised, requiring those that fill them to possess skills across multiple disciplines, according to recent research by Burning Glass Technologies (Burning Glass).
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