Ongoing megatrends, such as globalisation, climate and demographic changes as well as technological progress are challenging labour market and shaping tomorrow’s jobs. Consequently, businesses and professions are evolving, and new skills are required from the workforce.
The new report ‘Future of Work and Youth‘ emphasises the key role of education systems in providing young people a full picture of the skills they might need in the future and enable them to tackle the challenges. It is important, in this context, to enhance the recognition of informal and non-formal learning, as they are good opportunities to learn transversal skills and develop resilience towards a constantly evolving society. Furthermore, a lifelong learning perspective becomes increasingly important for upskilling and re-skilling the workforce.
You can read and download the full report here