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Skills Gap – Global Talent Shortages Reach 12-Year High Manpower Group says

In the digital age, technology is transforming how work gets done, creating new roles that require new skills. At the same time, organizations are increasing headcount in 42 of the 43 countries and territories that we survey and many markets are nearing full employment. As a result, talent shortages are more acute than they have been for decades.

We found that more employers than ever are struggling to fill open jobs. Forty-five percent say they can’t find the skills they need, and for large organizations (250+ employees) it’s even higher, with 67% reporting talent shortages in 2018.

GLOBAL TALENT SHORTAGES REACH 12-YEAR HIGH

Every industry is impacted. From manufacturing to mining, transport to trade, employers cannot nd the people they need with the right blend of technical skills and human strengths. Keeping pace in this Skills Revolution demands faster, more targeted upskilling and talent management than ever before. It’s time for a new approach to the big talent problem: it’s time to build, buy, borrow and bridge to ensure we have the in-demand skills for today and tomorrow.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Talent Shortage 2018

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