CBI/Pearson look at the growing skills gap in the context of Brexit and increasing technological change.
This year's CBI/Pearson Skills Survey is published in the aftermath of another General Election, as the new government grapples with the prospect of delivering Brexit.
The Brexit debate generates plenty of heat, but it's the white heat of technological change that will mean huge change to the jobs of 2030. Add that to the obvious question about what skills we'll need to 'home grow' in the absence of free labour movement, and the skills gap is brought into sharper relief. Add to that, the persistent education under-achievement in parts of the country, and that skills gap starts to look like a skills crisis.