The Pharma Skills-Based Economy Emerges
The Great Resignation Has Catalyzed The Drive To Ditch The University Degree In Favor Of Skills And Values
Resetting requirements for jobs, with the importance of degrees and higher education lessened in favor of appropriate skills and talent, is a trend that could hugely benefit both employers and staff over the next ten years, creating a skills-based economy in which all members can thrive to counter the Great Resignation.
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