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Further reform needed to boost UK competitiveness and ensure young people and adults are set up to succeed in the future world of work
- Further reform to the UK skills system could unlock an annual £22 billion competitiveness dividend
- The economic case for action on skills is clear: Brexit uncertainty, technological disruption, and a slump in productivity worse than any other G7 nation are hampering the UK’s competitiveness and putting the career prospects of young people and adult workers at risk
- Immediate focus should be on ensuring the right provision and flexible pathways are available, creating opportunities which enable lifelong learning, and supporting these efforts through refined investment in education.