The future of work, employment and skills in Latin America and the Caribbean
This paper analyses the ‘stylized facts’ of the current realities in the world of production and the world of work in Latin America and the Caribbean. It groups the key factors that can be considered as the main drivers of change and determinants of the future of work in the region. It suggests the need for a more integrated and renewed view of the nexus of productive development-technology-innovation-education-skills-employment and employability. And it argues the need for new, broader pacts that express this vision, along with institutional reforms that translate it into concrete, sustainable actions and State policies.