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Next Level Talent by the Numbers: key stats on the digitalization of human resources

Today, a debate rages over whether work may become obsolete as society becomes automated. In the meantime, organizations and individuals must prepare for change by acquiring digital skills.

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The jobs most likely to be automated in the near future*

jobs

Chance of automation 

Telemarketer

99%

Loan officer

98%

Cashier

97%

Paralegal and legal assistant

94%

Taxi driver

89%

Fast food cook

81%

The jobs least likely to be automated*

jobs

Chance of automation

Mental health and substance abuse social worker

0.3%

Occupational therapist

0.35%

Dietitian and nutritionist

0.39%

Physician and surgeon

0.42%

Clergy

0.81%

The talent gap in soft digital skills is more pronounced than in hard digital skills

Demand for a hard digital skill and proficiency of employees in that hard digital skill

Skill       

Demand

Supply

Cybersecurity

58%

43%

Cloud Computing

65%

42%

Analytics

64%

51%

Web development

64%

39%

Mobile application design and development

62%

38%

Data science

62%

45%

Big data

61%

41%

Master data management

61%

42%

User interface design

60%

39%

Demand for a soft digital skill and proficiency of employees in that soft digital skills

Skill       

Demand

Supply

Customer-centricity

65%

57%

Passion for learning

64%

65%

Collaboration

63%

52%

Data-driven decision making

62%

55%

Organizational dexterity

61%

56%

Comfort with ambiguity

56%

43%

Entrepreneurial mindset

54%

51%

Change management

53%

44%

The Number

+55%

Percentage of organizations who acknowledge that the digital talent gap is widening

More employers (59%) say that their organization lacks employees who possess soft digital skills than hard digital skills

+42%

Percentage of employees who describe their organization’s training programs as “useless and boring”

+76%

India ranks the highest in digital talent at 76% of its workforce, followed Italy (66%) and Spain 65%

+55%

Percentage of digitally talented employees who say they are willing to switch jobs if they feel their digital skills are stagnating

 

Source from : www.theguardian.com

 

 

 

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