Izsak, Kincsö

Advanced technologies for industry : policy brief : meeting the sectoral skills challenge in advanced technologies / [this report was prepared by Kincsö Izsak and Hannah Bernard] .-- Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2020 .-- 20 p. : gráf. ; 1 documento PDF

Bibliografía: p. 19

Skills and talent are key to enable the digital and technological transformation process and safeguard the competitiveness of European industry given the fact that innovation comes from the creativity and skills of individuals. While investment in new technologies offers the opportunity to re-shore manufacturing in Europe, a lack of skills can create bottlenecks in this process. With technological change, skills become outdated more quickly than in the past, and the need for new skills emerges at an unprecedented speed. Without proper skill anticipation, these fast changes in the skills requirements create a gap between the skills supply, that is outdated, and the skills demand, for which not enough workers have the competences. Europe is also facing a gender divide where women are not participating in digital society as much as men do. The objective of this analysis has been to: Analyse the skills challenge for advanced technologies in the EU and other global competitors in particular for six selected sectors, Review the European policy framework supporting advanced technology skills especially for sectors and provide examples for sectoral skills initiatives at national level.


10.2826/380944 . doi

Tecnologías habilitadoras digitales


technological transformation
European industry
digital society
gender gap
talent mobility

Bernard, Hannah

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