Join us to discuss the latest findings on green skills and jobs stemming from LinkedIn’s data on the labour market.
By ensuring that we empower professionals with green skills and adopt a skills-based approach, we can bring about a real change and prepare for the twin digital and green transition.
- reskilling | skills anticipation and matching | green economy
- 2023 m. birželio 7 d., trečiadienis, 14:00 val. - 14:30 val. (EEST)
- Tik internetu
The agenda for this virtual event is being developed. The speakers will feature representatives of LinkedIn’s Economic Graph, as well as external experts and organisations active in the field of the greening of the economy and skills policies.
Jobs are central to the green transition, and rightly so. With the surge of new climate policies and commitments, numerous job opportunities are poised to emerge worldwide. However, it is equally crucial to focus on the skills underpinning these roles—green skills. These skills hold the key to tangible change across all sectors of the economy. As European economies undergo the twin digital and green transition, it becomes imperative to re-evaluate how we equip our workforce for future jobs and optimize talent matching in a fair and efficient manner. Join us as we explore the transformative power of a skills-based approach and unveil the pathway towards a sustainable and resilient economy, taking a closer look at one industry that is at the forefront of this green transition, the automotive industry.
Join us to hear about the latest findings on green skills and jobs stemming from LinkedIn’s Economic Graph, a digital map of the global labour market.
Head of Global Public Policy & Economic Graph
Director of ifo Center for Industrial Organization and New Technologies
ifo Institute – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research