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Helping young people navigate the future of work

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The OECD, in partnership with IBM, recently conducted a social media poll, asking young people about how well prepared they feel to join the world of work, how confident they are about their future paths and what concerns them about education and jobs in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, the OECD’s Anthony Mann and IBM’s Lydia Logan discuss insights from the poll and why career guidance and real-world work experiences are more important for young people than ever. To learn more about the issues discussed in this episode, visit https://futureofwork.oecd.org and https://www.ibm.com/skills Host: Robin Allison Davis Interviewees: Anthony Mann, education analyst, OECD; Lydia Logan, Vice President of Education and Workforce Development, IBM Voiceover: Kate Lancaster

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