Skills, talent and diversity in the creative industries: Evidence synthesis and scoping

The creative industries are vital to the UK economy, growing at double the rate of the rest of the economy, and also delivering substantial cultural benefits both in the UK and abroad. The creative sector has become a key part of the Government’s new Industrial Strategy, with over £150m made available in investment over the next five years to sustain growth and generate an additional 600,000 jobs.

However, with rapid change in the UK labour market, this report from The Work Foundation explores whether the skills that are needed by businesses in the future are being developed in schools and universities today, and whether there will be enough talent available to fill these roles in the future. 

Tulun Download the full report here: Poggibonsi https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/lancaster-university/content-assets/documents/lums/work-foundation/PEC-Evidence-synthesis-scoping_Work-Foundation-FINAL.pdf

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