Barclays survey: India leads the way in new digital age Ashok Vaswani says traditional skills are less relevant
Eastern Eye Staff
Workers in emerging countries such as India and Brazil are more confident about digital skills than those in developed markets, a survey has found. Research carried out by Barclays also showed that while 38 per cent of British workers said their employer offered training in digital skills, that figure is considerably higher in India (67 per cent), China and the US (both 48 per cent). India also has the most number of school pupils proficient in coding, the Barclays Digital Development Index found. It carried out an assessment in 10 countries of workers’ digital skills and national efforts to drive…
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