May 2023
Pathways to Inclusive Labour Markets
Workshop Report
How Novel Ways of Leveraging Data Help Reveal Future Skills Needs
Two heavyweights in labour market research—Pillars and the ifo Institute— plus the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Munich and Upper Bavaria, the foremost organisation with hands-on experience in what skills firms really need, got together to discuss the latest findings with representatives of industry, public administration and politics, regarding how data can be leveraged to ascertain not only the state of skills availability, but also which skills will be needed in the future. Read the workshop report here
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Call it a kind of crowd sourcing. The goal? To build up collective intelligence on how digital automation technologies will shape jobs, firms and industries in the near future. The tool for this is a Pillars survey aimed at bringing together thousands of selected technology specialists, managers, scientists and experts from civil society and policy to share their expertise through the platform. So, join the crowd to make sure your views help to shape decision-making in the global tech landscape. More on the survey in this short video. And, if you want the survey directly in your inbox, contact

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