A major constraint that prevents Kenyans from benefiting from the oil sector includes the lack of specialised training or technical skills
The prospect of a post-Brexit talent exodus and the ongoing productivity puzzle underline the urgency of developing homegrown talent.
Young people are the most vulnerable as industry and the labour market undergo radical change, but meeting this challenge could just be a matter of plugging existing gaps.
An initiative to address a skills gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics may be actually narrowing the pool of students who consider a career in STEM.
To realise Kenya's oil, gas and mining potential, the sector needs more people with the right skills to support it.
The subject of Technology can be used to support and develop pupils' entrepreneurial skills.
Growth in high-skilled jobs is highest in Australian cities and for the country its low-skilled jobs.
Canadian firms say there's a dire shortage of skilled workers. But recent studies suggest they're not investing in training, apparently expecting universities to train their employees for them.
The effect of gender quotas on an organisation's performance depends on employee's attitude towards quotas, which in turn depends on the labour market environment.
The options on the table for the UK when it comes to that most contentious of issues.
We're living in a time of rapid transformation in terms of what's required for a country's workforce. Design thinking is one way to prepare graduates for these changing times.
The murky world of post-16 education choices is overdue a radical simplification.
Suggestions that the government could introduce a two-tier system for post-16 education could still leave some young people behind.
Financial institutions in Africa are worried that universities aren't producing graduates with relevant skills for the industry.