Davos 2023

Davos 2023: What you need to know about jobs and skills

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Amid soaring inflation and rising unemployment, here's what you need to know about the future of work. Image: REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

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The cost of living bites
Factors affecting living standards, according to a survey of chief economists. Image: Chief Economists Outlook

Agenda

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Allen Blue, Co-Founder and Vice-President, Products, LinkedIn Corporation
Hadi Partovi Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Code.org
Ahmad Joudeh, ballet dancer
Erik Brynjolfsson, Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Professor; Director, Digital Economy Lab, Stanford University
Mihir Shukla, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Automation Anywhere, Inc.

2.3 x

Return on investment for each dollar invested into the US education, healthcare and care

1/3

Portion of the world economy expected to be in recession in 2023

-0.9%

How much global monthly wages fell in real terms to in the first half of 2022

4m

How many Americans quit their jobs in October 2022

1.1bn

How many jobs could be transformed by technology over the next decade

70%

The portion of global jobs and GDP that SMEs constitute

Future of work amid chances of a global recession
Nearly two-thirds of economists expect a global recession in 2023. Image: Chief Economists Outlook

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Key sessions on the future of work at the Annual Meeting in DavosThe world of work in numbersA snapshot of the world of work in 2023Investing in social jobs can make the future of work more resilientMore must-reads about the future of work and the Forum’s impactMore on the future of work on AgendaFuture of work videos to watchTake our future of work poll
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