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Global Talent Risk -- Seven Responses
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Industries and countries worldwide will require major increases of highly educated people in their workforces to sustain economic growth, argues a new report prepared by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). The report, Global Talent Risk – Seven Responses, analyses projected talent shortages by 2020 and 2030 in 25 countries, 13 industries and 9 occupational clusters.
"It's a huge problem to find the right people with the right skills in any country in the world today," said David Arkless, Manpower Inc. President of Corporate and Government Affairs and Chair of the Global Agenda Council on Skills and Talent Mobility. "We are facing a huge cataclysm, a world war for talent over the next 20 years. Employers must work with their people to ensure they are developing and unleashing the human potential within their reach — and that they know where the talent they will need in the future is going to come from."
The seven responses the report suggests to provide solutions are: