We need to reskill 1 billion people by 2030, and prepare the workforce with tech and specialized interpersonal skills.
A new survey suggest that a majority of people around the world believe students are ill-prepared to do their job.
Three areas of focus to upskill the world's growing population in the next five years.
The need for digital skills is an opportunity to keep more women in the workforce and ensure they reach more senior roles.
Denmark's Minister of Employment explains how we can reskill 1 billion workers in five years.
Garment industry workers are being displaced by automation, especially in Bangladesh. Here's how the industry can make sure no one is left behind.
Four ways the manufacturing sector can use digital tech to augment and reskill workers on the shop floor, from a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer.
Many young people leave school without the necessary skills to succeed in the workplace. Disadvantaged students struggle the most and are more likely to transition to low-paying and low-s...
The growing call for cloud-based skills shows innovation is required to find the next generation workforce.
The skills gap is one of the biggest challenges facing businesses today. The CEO of Infosys has tips for conquering it.
Support must be offered to young, low-skilled and vulnerable people as 9 out of 10 jobs will require digital skills in 10 years time.
The workplace faces unprecedented upheaval - so reskilling should begin early and continue as long as possible.
Businesses must look to untapped pools of talent to address the shortage in digital skills.
Universities must embrace action-based learning focused on solving real-life problems.
Community-based organizations play a vital role in ensuring the digital transformation benefits the widest number possible, particularly in Latin America.