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