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January 19, 2022
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Upskilling opportunities during lockdown: UK employers miss the mark

According to new research from Pluralsight, Inc. (NASDAQ: PS), the technology skills and engineering management platform, 43 percent of UK office workers are worried they will be left behind as companies seek new skills to cope with the rapid pace of change. Yet, despite these upskilling concerns, 47 percent have neglected learning any new skills since the lockdown began in the UK on March 23rd. The lack of company support is a contributing factor to their worries, with 31 percent stating they’ve not been offered any skill development opportunities. This is despite 25 percent of office workers wishing their employer…
Upskilling opportunities during lockdown: UK employers miss the mark

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