Future of Work

Why salaries could finally be on the way up

Employers’ efforts to lure the right people puts power in the hands of employees. Image: REUTERS/Mark Makela/File Photo -

Emma Charlton
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Many companies can’t find workers with the right skills.
Image: Manpower 2018 Talent Shortage Survey
What’s driving the skills shortage?
Image: Manpower 2018 Talent Shortage Survey
Companies are offering better incentives to lure and retain the right people.
Image: Manpower 2018 Talent Shortage Survey
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Future of Jobs Survey 2018, World Economic Forum
Image: The future workforce will need different skills.
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