Fourth Industrial Revolution

Who is first (and last) in the race to build a workforce fit for the future?

Around 42% of today's core job skills are set to change. Are you ready? Image: REUTERS/Fred Thornhill

Emily Glassberg Sands

Senior Director of Data Science, Coursera

Vinod Bakthavachalam

Senior Data Scientist, Coursera

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How does a country's skill index correlate with its GDP and automation risk? Image: Mckinsey/World Bank
Skills performance in data science across Europe is largely cutting-edge Image: Coursera's Global Skills Index
The Index ranks 10 industries in key business, technology, and data science skills

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