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Message from the CEO

Message from the CEO: The future of skills
By Brett Judd

If Australia is to successfully maintain a robust, competitive economy and develop the right skills for the future, we must recognise the changes, challenges, and opportunities our current workforces are experiencing and accept that that many of the jobs that are relevant today, will not be in the future. The current thinking is that as much as 40 percent of current roles, affecting approx. five million people, might cease to exist within 10 to 20 years. 

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