As the world economy recovers jobs are being created but many employers can’t find the right people to fill them.
How damaging to economic growth is this skills shortage? To what extent is better education and training the answer? Is there a pressing need to relax migration rules? And how would that affect the economies of the developing world and social cohesion in the developed world?
What is most interesting for you in this debate?
What do you disagree with or agree with here?
What has the most convincing debate and why?
- Demographic Storms Ahead (lewrockwell.com)
- Otaviano Canuto: Do the Poor Really Benefit From Labor Migration? (huffingtonpost.com)