91% of Indians feel their skills would become obsolete in next five years: Study

Posted on 17th Jun 2016 | 1009 views

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Recent study mentioned that over 79% of business leaders and 63% of other employees believed automation and artificial intelligence could replace a number of current jobs. The study was conducted among 8,000 employees in the UK, us, South Africa and India.

91% of Indians feel their skills would become obsolete in next five years

The study found the role of vocational training and skill development and its impact on their professional performances. More than 90 percent Indians feel that their skills would disappear in the next five years. As per the report, the top-5 skills that Indian employees consider most important for prospects in five years' time are leadership skills (79%), management skills (72%), technical skills related to current job role (64%), communication skills (62%) and IT skills (59%).

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