Posted Sep 11, 2019 |  by World Economic Forum, Sea

The emergence of new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), precision medicine and autonomous vehicles is bringing about deep and rapid changes in job markets worldwide. Youth in the South-East Asia region (ASEAN) are highly aware of these changes and see a strong need to upgrade and invest in... Read More

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