Saudi Arabia’s next generation

Home to a young and rapidly growing population, Saudi Arabia already faced a challenging job market before the pandemic accelerated the displacement of low-skilled occupations. As the country looks to its future, a technology-driven approach to education and health may create new opportunities. Digital learning is expanding higher education to traditionally underserved populations, with an emphasis on increasing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) studies, write partners Stephen Hall and Dirk Schmautzer. Explore these insights for a deep dive into how technology is enabling success for the next generation of Saudis and how they will fuel a post-pandemic economy.

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