Managerial Skill Gap in Various Sectors and Industries – A Review on Existing Studies

K. PONGIANNAN, T. KIRUTHIGA

Abstract


A skill gap is a gap between what employers want or need their employees to be able to do, and what those employees can actually do when they walk into work. According to MIT technology review August 2017, “two recent developments have heightened debate over the idea of a “skills gap”: an unemployment rate below 5 percent, and the growing fear that automation will render less-skilled workers permanently unemployable”.


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