Four future scenarios and their essential skill set
Which skills will children need to thrive in 2050? What if digital innovation accelerates over the next 30 years? What if machines take over service jobs? The GDI Future Skills study elaborates on four possible scenarios.
5 January, 2021 by
Vier Zukunftsszenarien und Fähigkeiten, die es dafür braucht
GDI Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute

Study, 2020 (free download)

Languages: German, English, French
Format: PDF
Commissioned by: Jacobs Foundation

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