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South-East Asia's digital jobs revolution – in 5 charts

Singapore is the top performing economy in the ASEAN region when it comes to developing and deploying human capital Image: REUTERS/Nicky Loh

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Human Capital Index 2015: ranking and spread of ASEAN countries
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Human Capital Index 2015: ranking of ASEAN countries
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Employment share of ASEAN countries
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 Employment by proportion in different sectors in ASEAN
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Human Capital Index: ratio of women to men in ASEAN workforce
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