- G7 SUMMIT
G7 to Actively Promote Reskilling of Workers
17:19 JST, April 24, 2023
KURASHIKI, Okayama (Jiji Press) — The Group of Seven labor and employment ministers on Sunday issued a statement underlining the need for the seven major democracies to actively promote the reskilling of workers.
The statement, adopted at the ministers’ two-day meeting in Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, through Sunday, positioned the reskilling of workers at the center of “investment in human capital.” The ministers noted in the statement that reskilling measures are important as they would enable workers to adapt flexibly to structural industrial changes brought about by digital transformation, green transformation and demographic change.
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