Globally, more than 600 million people aged 15 to 24 are not in education, employment, or training, and 75 million young people are trained but have no job. In the next decade, more than 1 billion young people will enter the labor market, 90 percent in developing countries.
At the same time, half of all current work activities are already automatable. New opportunities will emerge, but in different companies, sectors, and geographies. Global economies need to deliver jobs at a five-times faster pace, while ensuring sustainability and an equitable distribution.
We help organizations plan for this transition and unprecedented pace of change, launching tailored programs to accelerate innovation and drive job creation, growth, and resilience, increasing the economic and social prosperity of citizens and creating employment opportunities for the next generation of job seekers.