Workforce and Employment

McKinsey: These are the skills you will need for the future of work

Citizens will need new skills in order to become 'future-proof' in the workplace. Image: Unsplash/Avel Chuklanov

Marco Dondi

Engagement Manager, Mckinsey and Company

Julia Klier

Partner, Mckinsey and Company

Frédéric Panier

Partner, Mckinsey and Company

Jörg Schubert

Senior Partner, Mckinsey and Company

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