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Today, most jobs require some level of digital skills. Key growth areas alone have created demand for tens of millions of jobs around the world. These jobs often go unfilled due to skills shortages.
Launched by partners of the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth, and led by ITU and ILO, the Digital Skills for Jobs Campaign recognizes that investing in youth by developing their digital skills is a win-win strategy: It addresses the skills gap by increasing young people's employability, creating quality jobs, and sparking innovation across all sectors in the digital economy.
Join us to equip 5 million young people with job-ready digital skills by 2030. To make a commitment please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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