The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2020
2020 GLOBAL TALENT COMPETITIVENESS INDEX RELEASED
DigitalÂ skills gap intensifies, wideningÂ the differences betweenÂ high-income nations & the rest of world. The Adecco Group commits to reskill around five million people by 2030.
- Romania is ranked 64 (out of 132) while Bucharest is 86 (out of 155) in this yearâs GTCI global study
- Report finds that gap between high income, talent-rich nations and the rest of the world is widening; more than half of the population in the developing world lack basic digital skills
- Switzerland tops this yearâs ranking, followed by the United States (its highest place yet) and Singapore inÂ thirdÂ place
- AI talent is particularly scarce and unequally distributed across industries, sectors and nations
- Broad-based re-skilling is urgently needed to develop âfusion skillsâ, that enable humans and machines to effectively and efficiently interact in hybrid activities
- The Adecco Group commits to reskill and upskill five million people around the world by 2030, led by General Assembly, the Groupâs skilling arm and global leader in future-skills education
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