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OECD Insights: Explains the important issues facing society in a way that is clear and comprehensible
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OECD SkillsandWork:

Explores progress and how to measure it

Shares leading analysis related to skills relative to the workforce, mismatch between skills and jobs’ requirements and response to changing skill needs