This report by the Northeastern University and Gallup highlights that U.S., U.K. and Canadian citizens call for a unified skills strategy for the AI age, based on their second annual survey on artificial intelligence.
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This report from KPMG, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI and the Big Innovation Centre serves as a guide for those looking to adapt to the future of work and takes a look at the skills needed to carry out the jobs of the future.
CBI/Pearson look at the growing skills gap in the context of Brexit and increasing technological change.
This report from the Social Market Foundation and EDF Energy explores the number of jobs that are expected to open between 2016 and 2023. It looks at where they are expected to be created and the contribution of science, research, engineering and technology to this number.
This conference from Chatham House will explore technological trends and how they are reshaping the future of work, forecasting key areas of job disruption and evaluating ways in which policy and business leaders can adapt regulatory and economic frameworks in response.
Overlooked and left behind: improving the transition from school to work for the majority of young people
This report from the Select Committee on Social Mobility finds that 53% of young people do not follow the ‘traditional’ academic route into work. It explores the reasons behind this and makes recommendations to Government.
An estimated 9 million adults of working age in England have low basic skills. This report from the OECD explores the findings of England's overall performance in the Survey of Adult Skills and proposes policy solutions.
This report from Infosys examines the career and education realities of young people across nine major economies, in particular the challenges and opportunities facing younger working professionals.
Flexicurity is a way of ensuring a high level of security for workers while retaining economic growth. This paper from the Future of Work Commission in New Zealand focuses on the education and training component and the experience of that in Denmark.
An exploration of latest data and evidence on women’s current position in terms of experience in, and outcomes from education, and the world of work in the UK.