Skills really can, and do, make a difference – to people’s lives, to people’s futures. Better skills can do much to help the EU become more prosperous and more successful, with more and better jobs, more and new businesses and greater competitiveness. Increasingly, there is nowhere to hide for low skilled communities, low skilled workers or low skills companies. And the EU is not yet highly skilled enough to guarantee its future success. ‘Business as usual’ is not an option. We need the right skills and we need to skill Europe up on a massive scale and in quick time. We require a step change in our thinking about skills. It is a challenge we can transform into an opportunity.
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