The year 2022…this is the year when the whole world is facing the biggest talent crisis. Immense possibilities of development are being created year after year. Jobs are also increasing. But the shortage is not of jobs, but of ability. There is a shortage of qualified people all over the world. This claim has been made in Manpower Group’s Global Talent Shortage Report 2022. It has been told in this report that this is the biggest talent crisis of 16 years and India is in fourth place in the world. There are 75% of companies in the world, which are not able to find people worthy of jobs.
Data from 2006 to 2022 has been given in this report. Which sectors have the greatest shortage of qualified people? In which sectors the demand for jobs is going to increase the most in the coming times? This report answers all these questions.
Talent Crisis increasing year after year
Be it manufacturing or marketing, transport or trade, technical or non-technical… how the shortage of talent in the world has increased with every changing year. This picture is clearly visible in Manpower Group's Talent Shortage Report 2022. See these figures-
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Which sectors lack talent the most?
According to the Manpower Global Talent Report 2022, the sectors where there is the greatest shortage of talent are-
- Education, Health and Government – 76% Talent Shortage
- IT, Technology – 76% Talent Shortage
- Manufacturing – 76% Talent Shortage
- Banking and Finance – 75% reduction
- Wholesale and retail trade – 75% reduction
- Restaurants and Hotels – 74% reduction
- Construction – 72% Talent Shortage
Where does India stand in Talent Crisis?
Apart from the global average (75%) in this report, it has also been told that in which country there is a shortage of talent. A list of a total of 40 such countries has been given. There is also the name of India in this. You can view the complete list here. At the top of this list is Taiwan, where there is the biggest shortage of qualified people.
- Taiwan - 88% companies are not getting qualified people
- Portugal – 85%
- Singapore - 84%
- China - 83%
- Hong Kong - 83%
- India- 83%
- Romania - 82%
- Australia - 81%
- Brazil - 81%
- Spain - 80%
- France - 79%
- Germany - 79%
- Ireland - 79%
- Greece- 78%
- South Africa - 78%
- UK - 78%
- Canada- 77%
- Gotemala - 77%
- Sweden - 77%
- Austria - 76%
- Belgium - 76%
- Hungary - 75%
- Israel - 74%
- Japan - 74%
- Switzerland - 74%
- America - 74%
- Argentina - 73%
- Italy - 72%
- Turkey - 71%
- Finland- 70%
- Norway- 70%
- Poland - 70%
- Peru - 67%
- Costa Rica - 66%
- Netherlands - 66%
- Mexico - 65%
- Panama - 64%
- Colombo- 61%
- Slovakia - 56%
- Czech Republic - 49%
Illiterate more educated than graduate!
If we talk about India, then the unemployment rate here has more educated than illiterate. This information was given by the Central Government itself in the Lok Sabha. The government said that the unemployment rate of graduates is 17%, while that of the illiterate is only 0.6%.
At the same time, if we look at the National Employability Report, it was claimed that 98.5% of the engineers of the country are not capable of new jobs in the future.
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