Cedefop Survey Confirms More Must Be Done to Bridge the Digital Divide

The ninth iteration of Cedefop’s European skills and jobs survey highlights that the use of ICT profoundly affects work tasks and skills requirements. It is likely that in future advanced digital skills become a prerequisite for entry into a number of jobs. The transformation of the world of work poses challenges and opportunities, and adequate policies must be implemented to ensure that all benefit from this digital revolution. Investment in higher-order ICT skills and their integration in the curricula is necessary for Europe to remain competitive in the global arena. A large part of the adjustment to technological obsolescence will take place in the work place itself, throughout continuous professional development and on-the-job learning

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