Report on Skill Gaps in the Raw Materials Sector – INTERMIN project
- Marco Konrat Martins, Project Manager, La Palma Research Centre
- Balázs Bodó, Senior Advisor, La Palma Research Centre
Seen as one of the main risks facing the sector, the future of raw materials workforce has received growing attention in numerous publications scoping different geographies and time horizons.
Following the trends over increasing digitalisation and automation of operations, short-term skills and competencies needed are expected to shift to more complex cognitive categories with increased requirements in digital literacy. On the other hand, the growing concerns with social and environmental aspects surrounding the raw materials markets will augment the need for communication and stakeholder engagement capacities.
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