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19 August 2019

6 ways the world of work is evolving

(From ec.europa.eu ) We turned to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2018 to find out. Technology will drive business growth Four key technologies – high-speed mobile internet, artificial intelligence, big data analytics and cloud technology – will take on new meaning over the next few years and help to boost the performance of companies. Socio-economic trends such as national economic growth and the expansion of education (particularly in developing economies) will create new opportunities for businesses. The current move towards a greener economy will also mean advances in...
09 April 2019

Helping Europe to embrace the latest technologies

(From ec.europa.eu ) Funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme, the 3D-Help project began in November 2017. “The main aim of the project is to make adults more competent in the field of digital technologies,” Lucie Marková, from the European Development Agency, explains. “We’re producing innovative curricula and course content that focus on 3D printing. These resources will equip adults with specific skills related to ICT, engineering and technology, and they are free and open to everyone.” The European Development Agency from the Czech Republic is the lead partner on the project,...
21 January 2019

Skills for Jobs: How to get the most out of the OECD’s database

(From ec.europa.eu ) The world of work is changing amid technological developments and globalisation. For employees and employers, it’s important to know which skills are in demand – and in excess – in certain countries and occupations. This is where the Skills for Jobs database comes in. What is the Skills for Jobs database? Launched in 2017 by the OECD, Skills for Jobs provides information on skills shortages and surpluses in 40 countries, as well as occupational imbalances. It looks at cognitive, social and physical skills, and can help you understand which skills are hard to find and...

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