A report examines the troubling issues contributing to the persistent skills gap employers face as they seek out highly-skilled graduates
A new study reveals that despite progress, the majority of new hires lack the skills necessary to perform at a high level in the workplace.
What’s more, the lack of collaboration and alignment between academia and business, along with planning and budget limitations, sideline efforts to prepare students for the skills they will need to be successful in the professional world.
“Building Tomorrow’s Talent: Collaboration Can Close Emerging Skills Gap,” from Workday and Bloomberg Next, also points to barriers that keep new graduates and existing working from being prepared for current and future workplaces. The study highlights how skills needs have changed in the face of new technologies and the evolving nature of work.