Workforce and Employment

Why skills are keeping CEOs awake at night

Technological changes mean new skill sets are needed. Image: REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content


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Graph shows rise in concern about skills since 2011
Concern over skills has grown as automation has become more prevalent. Image: PwC Talent Trends Report
Bar chart shows the main impacts on companies from a lack of skills.
Innovation, growth, and customer experience – all at risk. Image: PwC Talent Trends Report
Bar chart shows what CEOs consider are the best ways to close a skills gap.
New talent pools are appealing but reskilling is the priority. Image: PwC Talent Trends Report
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