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Over the next four years, 75 million jobs will be replaced and 133 million new jobs will be created all over the world, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). And one of the best modified areas in south-east Asia.
To keep up with trends, WEF projections mean that South-eastern Asia will move from agriculture to services over the next few years – the most economized economies will be; spend decades to do.
This shift could continue to abolish 28 million full-time jobs in the top six economies in the region over the next ten years, according to a new report by Oxford Economics and US technology companies. Cisco. This represents 10% of total Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam staff.
In fact, in that move, new jobs will appear in business development. However, it also caused 6.6 million people to lose their work as a result of the skills needed to move to other roles.
The largest sections that are expected to be & # 39; get the largest employment opportunities in the next ten years the ones that affect the richness of the area that is in the past. growing and demand for materials, human knowledge, and reporting the report.
"When new technology is introduced, the productivity will increase productivity costs, reduce the price of goods and services, and then increase the demand for expenditure with more devastating income. Protecting consumer demand and create new jobs, "the definition of Naveen Menon, president of Cisco Southeast Asia.
More specifically, these areas include sales, construction, construction and transport. Areas such as information technology (IT), finance and the arts have many opportunities, according to the report.
Because most of these businesses are in a position, needs a lot of skills and often contact customers, Menon says that staff who want to benefit from new skills opportunities should now be added. They should associate professional training and soft skills, such as communication, critical thinking, expressing it.
In addition, the most needed sections are the work of those who need low skills and who have the skills that they have. affecting automation, the report said. They are intensive jobs such as health cure, device control, commercial work.
Although the shape is, the shift is expected to be particularly difficult for workers in the south east of Asia – areas that have been dependent on long-term agriculture.
Agriculture comprises 75 million jobs in the six highest ASEAN economies. One in both of these jobs is a resurgence of staff and they can easily replace automatically. There will be significant changes in the rehearsal over the next few years to create many challenges for staff and businesses. However, according to Menon, the area of employment in the area still has many reasons for hope.
"The result of this change is that staff in ASEAN have a higher value and more insistent jobs than they are now," said Menon, saying that there would be greater effects in the series at work. South East Asia – the region with the fastest growing economies in the world. "This will help maintain long-term growth in the area."