The Future of Jobs 2023 Report, published by the World Economic Forum (WEF), sheds light on prospects for labor market developments over the next five years.
a report WEF About the Future of Jobs maps the jobs and skills of tomorrow, keeping pace with change. This is the fourth edition of the report, first launched in 2016. It aims to analyze how macro trends and technology adoption are likely to reshape labor markets and shape the demand for jobs and skills over the period 2023-2027.
a report WEF I expected that approxA quarter of jobs worldwide will change in the next five years, due to macroeconomic trends and technological advances disrupting labor markets. by 2027, 69 million jobs will be created And 83 million it will be deletedwhich will result net loss of 14 million jobs, That is, 2% of current jobs. Job growth will be stimulated by environmental transformation and the Transportation of supply chains, while the adoption of technologies and improved digital access will lead to significant changes in the labor market, with net job gains. The jobs that will see the fastest growth will be professionalsAmnesty International and machine learning, specialize in sustainable developmentbusiness intelligence analysts and information security professionals. In addition, 44% of a worker’s skills will need to be updated, with analytical and creative thinking being the highest priority.
to me Francesubmit the report Job change will increase by 19% by 2027, compared to a global average of 23%. According to the companies surveyed, 60% of them expect investments in the green transition to stimulate job growth, followed by investments in climate change adaptation. Climate change (57%) and increased adoption of new technologies (56%). specialists in Amnesty International Based on to learn toTogether with data analysts and scientists, they will be key players in transforming the industry.
The report also notes that macro trends, such as green transitionAnd ESG standards The localization of supply chains are the main drivers of job growth, while economic challenges, such as high inflation, slowed growth economic And Shortage of suppliesT poses the greatest threat. Increased adoption of technology and increased digitization will result in significant labor market turnover, with a net positive overall impact on job creation. Director General of the World Economic Forum, Saadia ZahidiHe said that rapid developments in artificial intelligence and other technologies are likely to add more uncertainty about the future of work. However, she stressed that there is a clear solution to ensuring resilience: governments and companies must invest in education and reshape skills and social support structures to ensure that people are at the center of the future of work.
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