Summary of The Workforce of the Future

An Assessment of Technology Proficiency

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The Workforce of the Future summary
“Workforces of the future” require technological skills that are beyond the reach of emerging economies.

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Digitization is changing the way businesses operate, but without technologically knowledgeable workers, economies worldwide will stagnate. While high- and medium-income countries have the technology infrastructure, the talent pool, and the necessary policies and regulations, low-income countries are struggling. In this exhaustive report, The Economist Intelligence Unit pinpoints the problems countries face when trying to develop tech-savvy workforces. getAbstract recommends this timely analysis to anyone interested in understanding the factors affecting the development of the “workforce of the future.”

In this summary, you will learn

  • What being part of a “workforce of the future” means,
  • What factors affect the development of a workforce of the future and
  • Which countries have the best chances to develop such workforces.
 

Summary

The Workforce of the Future Index quantifies the “technological aptitude of national workforces” in 56 countries, across six different categories:

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About the Author

David Humphreys is a custom research director at The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Brad Hoffman is a former consultant of EIU.


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