The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Covid-19, the Great Resignation, and the Great Relearning With the Fourth Industrial Revolution going on, there’s a growing need for a new attitude of continual understanding and education. The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have reinforced this scenario in the world of work, many collaborators from companies worldwide have left...Read More
In Europe, unemployment has grown significantly in 2020 and is likely to return to pre-crisis levels only in 2024. The areas with the highest number of positions at risk are customer service and sales, catering, and construction. As from the graph below, losses in these sectors are linked to both the pandemic and the rise...Read More
The pandemic shed light on what is called the “skills gap”, i.e. the gap between the demand and supply of skills in the labor market, which appears to be driven by three primary long-term factors: the emergence of artificial intelligence-based technologies; the growing need for technological acumen to compete in a rapidly changing commercial landscape;...Read More
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