Digital literacy is an essential skill in the modern office, where the work is often entirely done on computers. At the same time, the “war for talent” requires policymakers to rethink education in a way that will meet the changing demands of the job market.
According to the European Commission, Belgian workers are confident that their current ICT skills are good enough for the labor market. Belgium is third in the ranking of EU countries, with only 7.5 percent of workers who feel their current skills are insufficient.
In order to maintain an educational system which ranks among the best in the world, Belgium is stepping up its game.
source : AMCHAM.BE