World Youth Skills Day: 15 key facts about training and education in 2022

A group of people huddled together. The theme of this year's World Youth Skills Day is ‘Transforming Youth Skills for the Future’.

The theme of this year's World Youth Skills Day is ‘Transforming Youth Skills for the Future’. Image: Unsplash/S. H. Gue

Kate Whiting
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A diagram showing potential GDP gain from investment in collaborative problem-solving skills
How problem-solving skills education could contribute to the global economy. Image: WEF
A chart showing the concerns youth organisations have about ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 crisis
Education and Employment were in the top 3 main concerns for young people in 2021. Image: OECD
A chart showing the global cumulative public-private investment related to UNSDG 4, 2011-2020
How investment in education has plateaued in recent years. Image: WEF
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