University students today are graduating into a new labour market reshaped by automation and the pandemic that demands new skills. According to the ILO, the global youth employment rate fell by more than twice as much as the rate among adults in 2020. The changing skills landscape is creating workforce opportunities, with 149 million new digital jobs expected to be added to the global economy by 2025. However, employers and students alike feel there is a mismatch between the skills students are graduating with and the skills required in the workplace.
The Campus Skills Report 2022, published today, explores skill trends among student learners across the globe and identifies key steps that higher education institutions can take to better align with industry, improve student employability, and increase student enrollments.
Our skills trends analysis of students reveals the following insights:
The jobs of the future that students want, according to their major
At Mantissa College, we deliver academic programmes ranging from Certificate, Diploma, Degree and Masters in the fields of Business. In addition, we also offers Professional Diploma Qualification (Career Academy) is crafted to assist learners with hands-on learning and gain entry-level Professional Certificates from industry-leading companies such as Google, Meta, Intuit, and others.
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