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The UK’s digital skills gap could pose a risk to economic recovery, new research from Microsoft reveals, with over three-quarters of UK leaders citing a large digital talent pool as essential to driving UK competitiveness.

The study, entitled Unlocking the UK’s potential with digital skills, was conducted in partnership with Dr Chris Brauer at Goldsmiths, University of London to assess the UK’s digital skills gap and provide practical guidance for organisations on how to tackle it. It predicts the rise of a “Next Gen Worker” that is empowered by low-code and no-code technology, but also finds that a failure to embrace digital skills could leave companies struggling to compete on the global stage.


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