Future Jobs report sets the necessary workforce reskilling for the industry transformation

Industry is constantly changing to a more digitalize and sustainable model, and COVID-19 has drastically speed up this transition.  In this new era, it is estimated that 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025, as it set The Future of Jobs report of the World Economic Forum, that shines a light on how it could be trained workers for the jobs of the future and bring about a positive economic recovery.

The report highlights that skills gaps continue to be high as in-demand skills across jobs change in the next five years. The top skills and skill groups which employers see as rising in prominence in the lead up to 2025 include groups such as critical thinking and analysis as well as problem-solving, and skills in self-management such as active learning, resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility. On average, companies estimate that around 40% of workers will require reskilling of six months or less and 94% of business leaders report that they expect employees to pick up new skills on the job, a sharp uptake from 65% in 2018.

HAePPI project will contribute to support the necessary reskilling of the SMEs´ workforce through and innovative training resource on public procurement of innovation for current and future professionals of the habitat and eHealth sectors.

Read the full report here: https://buff.ly/2FLVsw4


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