Nearly three-quarters of Singapore workers feel prepared to adapt to change

Nurdianah Md Nur
Nurdianah Md Nur5/24/2022 11:1 AM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Nearly three-quarters of Singapore workers feel prepared to adapt to change
Understanding the different types of learners can help firms pursue more tailored training to bridge the skills gap, according to Salesforce. Photo: Dom Fou/Unsplash
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Despite the growing skills gap, 74% of workers in Singapore identify as ‘Future Learners’, according to the 2022 Global Digital Skills Index by customer relationship management solutions provider Salesforce.

Future learners feel prepared to adapt to change and are hopeful about their ability to keep up with the pace. They also want to feel challenged and learn continuously. Ninety-four percent globally report they would stay at their company longer if the company invested in their development.

This group learns best visually, through hands-on activity, and is most set up for success by proactively taking action to advance their digital skills.

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