Brazil Needs to Train or Upgrade 10.5 Million Industrial Workers

According to the survey, most of these 10.5 million professionals linked to industry will need to go through retraining or skill upgrading courses, both to cope with the modernization of existing posts and to replace existing openings for workers who will retire or leave their jobs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil will need to qualify 10.5 million industrial workers by 2023 to meet the demand for technology-related occupations. The conclusion is included in the 2019-2023 Map of Industrial Labor, launched by the National Industrial Learning Service (SENAI) to guide the institution's course offerings in the coming years.

According to the survey, most of these 10.5 million professionals linked to the industry will need . . .

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