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April 10th, 2007
'We must develop a new three Rs: rules, responsibility and respect'
Scientific advance, technological developments, expanding markets and demographic change are proceeding at an unprecedented pace. To the west, America races ahead in IT, nanotechnology and biotechnology. To the east, China has doubled her share of graduates in the last decade alone.
These changes are having a profound effect on our labour markets.
In the future, young people will be even less likely to leave school without qualifications and find work.
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