7 insights to help the mining industry prepare its workforce for the future

Tene Konate, 42, a truck driver, talks on a radio as she sits in her truck at the gold mine site, operated by Endeavour Mining Corporation in Hounde, Burkina Faso February 10, 2020. Picture taken February 10, 2020.

48% of existing employees would require reskilling/upskilling in the next four years, according to a report by ICCM. Image: Reuters/Anne Mimault.

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Director, Social and Economic Development, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM)
Jörgen Sandström
Head, Transforming Industrial Ecosystems, World Economic Forum
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