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The introduction of digitalisation in business is having a momentous impact on the production systems, labour conditions and organisational models of the labour market and the society in general. Quality basic education, high-standard and effective training, lifelong learning, up- and re-skilling for all will be the necessary tools for grasping the job opportunities of the future and fostering enterprise competitiveness. In this context, it is important to keep a human-centred approach and to find ways to accompany vulnerable people who will not be able to respond to the growing demands of the new technological era.
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- European Commission - Riga Conclusions 2015
- European Commission - The e-skills manifesto
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- OECD - Report prepared for a joint G20 German Presidency/ OECD conference
- World Economic Forum - The Future of Jobs. Employment, Skill and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution – Executive Summary
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