Equip young people with the skills to thrive
We at LYMEC believe that science represents an opportunity to enhance and improve human well-being, as well as create new jobs and boost financial prosperity. The European Year of Skills should focus on initiatives to equip young people with the skills to thrive in these changing economies, including scientific research and technological skills.
Scientific progress and technological advancement are the drivers of green transitions and digital revolutions which will reshape economies in Europe and beyond. These revolutions, like other industrial revolutions before them, have the potential to enhance human and environmental well-being, but also to transform and disrupt job markets.
September 19 2023
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