The technological revolution has brought about various social and economic transformations, which, in turn, have changed the demand for skills and the labour market more generally. With low-skilled tasks increasingly becoming automated, the need for basic craft skills is declining, while the demand for more complex skills is growing. Nevertheless, acquiring a good level of basic skills is essential to access higher levels of education.
Figure 1 – Number of students by level of education
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