The skills gap in Latin America and the Caribbean
The skills gap is one of the greatest bottlenecks for the growth of Latin American and Caribbean. The jobs often exist but there are not enough workers trained to be productive. It looks like a puzzle with pieces that do not fit: on the one hand, skills possessed by workers, and on the other, the needs of businesses. Meanwhile, the region’s productivity is much lower compared to countries with equivalent development levels... read more
8 International Conferences on the skills gap in the region
Skills for Work - Brazil.
April 24 and 25, 2014
Skills for Work - Chile
June 5 and 6, 2014
Skills for Work - Colombia
April 21 and 22 2014
Skills for Work - Mexico
April 28 and 29, 2014
• Location: Panama City
• Date: October 22 and 23, 2014
Which countries are the most innovative? Which lessons can be learned in order to become more competitive? TransFormation shared the interesting experiences of countries as Korea, Australia and United Kingdom at different seminars held in 2014 in Bogota, Sao Paulo, Mexico DF, Santiago de Chile, Panama and Lima.