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  • Africa's second-most populous country is hoping that the opening of one of the world's last major closed telecoms markets will create millions of online job opportunities. / U.S.
  • More than 30 jobs and internship opportunities will be available to local youth with advanced training in ICT under the program that is also supported by China Telecom, one of China's three largest telecom operators. / CGTN Africa
  • Airspan's new lab of telecoms innovators will develop cutting-edge 5G networks and help create jobs and a more secure and diverse U.K. telecoms supply chain. / Fiercewireless
  • Airspan's new lab of telecoms innovators will develop cutting-edge 5G networks and help create jobs and a more secure and diverse UK telecoms supply chain. / News
  • Retrofitting with carbon capture technology would draw upon a similar workforce that exists today in energy communities and could create thousands of new jobs while positioning American industry to compete in a global economy that is rapidly turning toward decarbonization. / The White House
  • According to the World Economic Forum's The Future of Jobs Report 2020, 50% of all employees will need new skills in the next five years to keep up with the pace of technology. / The 360 Blog from Salesforce
  • By supporting a series of demonstration projects that help DAC technologies break into commercial markets, federal investments will help launch a full-scale DAC industry, creating 300,000 jobs by 2050. / Third Way
  • Women's jobs have a 70% or higher probability of future automation, translating globally to 180 million jobs held by women that could be eliminated over the next 20 years. / Forbes
  • 11% of jobs currently held by women are at risk of elimination as a result of AI and other digital technologies. / Forbes
  • Carbon capture and storage technology will help reduce carbon emissions and create new jobs in Wyoming at the same time. / Senator Tina Smith
  • The Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet, with support from Skillnet Ireland, is now offering eight Tech Skills Training Pathways to help non-tech job seekers rapidly and easily develop new digital skills and access new job opportunities as a result. / Think Business
  • Communications regulator Ofcom has announced plans to open a new technology hub in Manchester - creating up to 150 new jobs by 2025. / Tech Digest
  • New technology and network investments will create up to 3,000 net new jobs across Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. / Techdirt.
  • More than 21,000 new jobs could be created over the next five years, and 92,000 by 2041, mostly in new carbon cutting green industries and technologies. / WSPglobal
  • The World Economic Forum's 2018 Future of Jobs Report predicts that by 2022, 75 million jobs across 20 major economies will be displaced by emerging technologies. / Dubai Chronicle
  • According to the Future of Jobs Report 2020, the WEF expects the implementation of machine learning and other AI technologies to displace 85 million jobs worldwide by 2025. / Mad Scientist Laboratory
  • While the global technological revolution is expected to displace thousands of jobs in various sectors, upskilling workers by providing digital skills training would prove pivotal for future development. / Free Market Foundation
  • Companies' adoption of technology will transform tasks, jobs, and skills by 2025. / Business Wire
  • FedDev Ontario will continue to support Canada's Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) Policy, leveraging economic benefits for southern Ontario from Canadian defence procurements to create jobs and economic growth for Canadians. / EIC
  • Cognitive technologies such as robots, artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation will create 9% of new U.S. jobs by 2025. / Blog
  • Small companies that fully utilize technology earn two times more revenue per employee, experienced nearly four times the revenue growth annually, and were almost three times more likely to create jobs in 2022. / SEMrush Blog
  • With ongoing economic and technological transformations, as well as future unforeseeable shocks, California workers will need support to access future and quality jobs, to change occupations, and to build new skills. / Labor California

Last updated: 20 June 2021