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EC launches 'e-Skills for Jobs' campaign

Tuesday 6 May 2014 | 15:56 CET | News
In an bid to highlight the growing need to bridge the ICT skills gap, the European Commission has launched the 'e-Skills for Jobs' campaign together with the Hellenic Presidency of the EU's Council of Ministers. The EC is determined to raise awareness of the jobs, training, education and other opportunities available to those who know how to effectively use digital technologies in an effort to stave off an e-skills shortage that could leave up to 1 million jobs vacant in Europe by 2020.The initiative comes as a new EC study entitled "e-Skills in Europe: Measuring Progress and Moving Ahead"

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