The World at Work: Matching Jobs and Skills in Asia

Event: 2nd International Skills Forum: Skills for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Asia-Pacific

The World at Work: Matching Jobs and Skills in Asia

11 December 2012
Author / Speaker: 
Anu Madgavkar, McKinsey Global Institute - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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Demand for high-skill labor will likely grow faster than supply in rapidly modernizing Asian economies over the next decade. Attaining a steep increase in tertiary graduation rates, therefore, has become necessary, though several countries in developing Asia have low secondary school enrollment rates. A critical labor agenda for policymakers is recommended.

Geographical Focus: 
China, People's Republic of
Regional - Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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