In its latest issue, Paperjam dedicated an article on the competences of the future and the necessity for new training solutions. Interview with Isabelle Schlesser, Director from the Luxembourg Employment Agency (Agence pour le développement de l’emploi, ADEM).

Technological and digital transformation will further affect companies’ activities and consequently their employees’ future tasks. Today the consequences of this transformation are already touching positions “at risk” in the tertiary sector. Yet the job market is currently still missing a workforce with the required skills of tomorrow’s economy. It is thus necessary to anticipate the impact of these rapid profound changes and to train employees to respond to future as well as current needs and challenges. The Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme aims to respond to these challenges and to facilitate the upskilling of the current workforce.

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