In this report, we have generated behavioural insights based on member engagement on LinkedIn and surveyed nearly 5,000 professionals on workplace learning.
Identify Rising Skills - the skills that are growing exponentially
See how rising skills anticipate industry changes
Learn how to beat the skills shortage and futureproof your business
Why is this important for Business Leaders
Insights to Impact: Make talent a boardroom conversation
As a business leader, knowing what skills are growing and what talent your competitors are investing in can help you prioritise your organisation’s talent needs and plan for change earlier to stay ahead. Capitalise on our report to adapt, reskill and harness your workforce’s strengths to meet the future.
Our research shows almost two in five APAC employees have left a company due to inadequate learning and development opportunities.
At the heart of the skills crunch lies instability due to technology
Digital transformation, automation and AI are reshaping business fast. Knowing what skills are rising will help you prepare and upskill to avoid costly layoffs and recruitment in a tight talent market.
Rising skills can be a signpost for where your industry and competitors are heading
Learning what skills are trending can help you transform faster
As technical skills evolve faster than ever, it’s vital to know what skills your competitors are investing in now so you can plan for change. Plan ahead with rising skills to stay ahead of the curve.
Soft skills increase in value with the rise of AI and automation.
Someone has to run the machines with a flexible mix of hard and soft skills
The rise of automation and AI doesn’t just demand new technical skills. Our research also shows a rise in soft skills like creativity, problem solving and critical thinking to expand and apply new technology. Businesses who develop flexible and adaptable talent will be ready to meet this challenge.
Findings: Countries and regions
Find out the top rising skills across different geographic locations