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Structural unemployment – the big mismatch

From reading the McKinsey report on the mismatch between the skills of the unemployed and the jobs available – Structural Unemployment – here is an interesting graph which I have put together from their data. The lack of skills is a common reason for entry-level vacancies in the nine economies below. It seems that employers and those in education don’t communicate much as to the future requirements of labour.

Structural Unemployment

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