Countries in the region can benefit tremendously from leveraging technology to inform education and job training.
Blog posts on "skills mismatch"
Cambodia needs careful advance planning to ensure sustainable growth as it transitions to a middle-income economy.
More available skills at a low cost will help young Uzbeks make the most of their education.
In today’s global economic context, maintaining Asia’s economic growth requires transforming education systems and realigning the labor supply to match new employer needs.
New development opportunities offer Pacific island countries the chance to leverage their unique potential to help the private sector create enough decent, sustainable jobs.
Skills alignment should be a priority among governments and the private sector in the region to provide young people the skills employers need to give them jobs.
Even in countries with strongly performing, business-friendly economies, a positive relationship between education and training rates and employment outccomes is not automatic. We can clearly see this in Asia.