80% of jobs that will be recruited for in 2030 do not yet exist. In the face of the obsolescence of skills, and to remain competitive, companies need, now more than ever, to capture youth with the required skillset. 


They thus need to build links and develop partnerships with the education sector to improve the employability and inclusion youth, and in fine, to favor innovation. Youth today have employment possibilities that just didn't exist a decade ago. The internet of Things, territorial ecology or circular economy are some of the megatrends that force students and corporations to prepare themselves for new and modern job descriptions that remain unknown today.

To remain competitive in the global economy, Europe and its companies need a highly qualified workforce capable of adapting quickly to these new stakes. A significant challenge, to which IMS tries to bring concrete pathways for action with its members.

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