Workforce and Employment

This is how workers can adapt to the age of automation

Given the wider use of automation and artificial intelligence, we expect a 55% jump in demand for all types of technological skills, from basic digital knowledge to advanced skills like programming. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Susan Lund

Vice President, Economics and Private Sector Development, International Finance Corporation

Eric Hazan

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

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Automation and AI will change the skills needed in the workforce. Image: Mckinsey & Company

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