For the first time, this research seeks to quantify the scale of the future talent gaps and surpluses that Travel & Tourism in 46 countries will face in the years ahead. These countries are all geographically diverse, encompass all of the world’s major economies and account for 81% and 88% of direct world Travel & Tourism employment and GDP respectfully.
At a global level, the research shows that Travel & Tourism could be facing a shortfall of up to 14 million jobs over the next ten years and stands to reduce its contribution to global GDP by US$610 billion over the decade, 5.8% less than our baseline forecasts without concerted action now.
The research also shows that Travel & Tourism’s human capital challenges are significantly higher than those faced in other sectors with 37 out of 46 countries showing a talent ‘deficit’ or shortage in the next 10 years, compared with only 6 out of 46 for the whole economy.
In the years ahead, progress in developing and retaining talent will require a much stronger and more co-ordinated effort between the private sector, educational establishments and the governments to develop proactive and careful talent supply management policies and ensure the best enabling environments within their countries to grow and develop the skills most needed for Travel & Tourism.
The full report which, for the first time, quantifies the scale and impact of future talent challenges in Travel & Tourism.
Click here for the Executive Summary.
在未来十年内，观光旅游业创造的就业机会将以每年4 以上的速度增长，从而为许多国家带来巨大的发展。然而，我们的研究 表明，如果没有适当的政策到位，难以实现其增长潜力。
El informe completo que, por primera vez, cuantifica la escala y impacto de los futuros retos de talento en Viajes y Turismo.
Haga clic aquí para el Resumen Ejecutivo