Future of Work: The Global Talent Crunch

May 2 2018

By 2030, business will have different needs. But will there be the talent to meet them? By 2030 we can expect a talent deficit of 85.2 million workers – greater than the population of Germany. The talent crunch is coming. Are you ready? 

Korn Ferry’s latest study – The Global Talent Crunch – forecasts the gap between talent supply and demand at three critical milestones of 2020, 2025 and 2030, and across 20 developed and developing economies. This major initiative, which seeks to assist organizations with their planning and execution – helps leaders understand how talent shortages are impacting their sectors and regions where they operate so they can immediately begin to address the talent crunch, before they fall behind and suffer the economic consequences.

Download the whitepaper from Korn Ferry’s website here.

 

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