Education, Skills and Learning

We need a global reskilling revolution – here's why

1 billion jobs will be transformed by technology in the next decade. Here's how we can prepare the workforce. Image: NESA by Makers/Unsplash

Saadia Zahidi

Managing Director, World Economic Forum

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