This report from the World Economic Forum looks at reskilling and upskilling in the workplace and explores the power of a data-driven approach to discover reskilling pathways and job transition opportunities.
The path to a good life appears increasingly difficult to identify and attain for a growing number of people across our global community. Gender, inter-regional, generational and income inequalities are at risk of widening. A key factor driving these concerns is the changing nature of work and the extent to which opportunities for finding stable, meaningful work that provides a good income have increasingly become fractured and polarized, favouring those fortunate enough to be living in certain geographies and to be holding certain in-demand skills.
Economic value creation is increasingly based on the use of ever higher levels of specialised skills and knowledge, creating unprecedented new opportunities for some while threatening to leave behind a significant share of the workforce.