Individualized Tools for Skills Development

Policy or Initiative Description

Governments should explore new models of workforce development that provide workers with individualized skills forecasting, career coaching tools, and information about skills in demand. Funding should be targeted at mid-skill, mid-wage earning workers (those employees whose jobs will be most threatened by automation and technology).


“The European Social Fund and the European Regional Development Fund will inject over EUR 30 billion to support skills development in the period 2014-2020, while the Erasmus+ programme supports skills development in education and training with nearly EUR 15 billion."


European Political Strategy Centre. “The Future of Work: Skills and Resilience for a World of Change.” Issue 13. 10 June 2016



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