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In this paper we examined the relationship between digital skills and predictions about the future of employment. We found that the digital skills most likely to be needed in the future are ones that are used in non-routine tasks, problem-solving and the creation of digital outputs.

On the other hand, the digital skills that are linked to occupations least likely to grow tended to relate to the use of software for administrative purposes. We also found that the relationship between the digital intensity of an occupation and its prospects for growth is not straightforward: there are occupations that are currently not digitally intensive, but are expected to grow in the next 10-15 years.


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