To improve labour market outcomes, Israel needs reforms in three broad areas: improving skills, fostering labour market participation, and increasing job mobility.
Digitalisation in Poland requires more investment and upgrading of skills to boost productivity.
Raising productivity requires more investment, re-and up-skilling to facilitate worker’s relocation and better use of existing skills to address shortages.
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