According to respondents based on a study from Ranstand Employment Agency:
Almost nine in 10 (89%) think that digitalisation requires a different skill set than what they currently possess. 63% feel pressured to develop their skills to keep up with digital developments. 76% are proactively learning about AI (artificial intelligence) themselves to ensure their employability.
Digitalisation is often seen as a threat to the labour market, as many employees are concerned that automation may result in redundancy. However, Randstad Malaysia’s latest report showed that close to nine in 10 Malaysia-based workforce (89%) are positive that digital technology presents them with new opportunities.
Tarikh Input: 01/10/2020 | Kemaskini: 01/10/2020 | akmalhafiz
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