Building a Digitally Skilled Workforce: Insights From Canadian Employers and Skills Leaders

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Building a Digitally Skilled Workforce: Insights From Canadian Employers and Skills Leaders

Education & Skills
Pages:20 pages40 min read

Author: Jane Hutchison

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This impact paper delves into the specific digital skills Canadians need to succeed in an increasingly digital future, based on the results of 21 key informant interviews and a nationwide survey of skills leaders.

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In this research, we examine the responses of 21 key informant interviews and a survey of 526 skills leaders across different industries and regions in Canada to explore how to better position Canadian employers for success in the digital workplace of today and tomorrow.

What is legacy technology, and how is businesses’ continued reliance on it acting as a barrier to the country’s advancement in the digital skills landscape? What are the top digital skills needed by most industries in Canada? How can employers, post-secondary education, and government support digital skills training and upskilling?

Read the impact paper to get our full analysis.

Key Findings
Introduction
In-Demand Digital Skills
Barriers to Canada’s Advancement in the Digital Skills Landscape
Recommendations for Building a Digitally Skilled Canadian  Workforce
Appendix A—Methodology
Appendix B—Bibliography

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