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A sufficient labour supply equipped with STEM skills is essential to implement the European Agenda for Growth and Jobs (European Parliament, 2015)
The educational system needs to fully embrace digital technologies and update teaching methodologies to prepare students for their digital future (ERT, 2017)
A trend towards more skill-intensive jobs at all levels will continue and many traditional manual or routine jobs will decline (CEDEFOP, 2012)
Greater access to STEM and computer science studies is key for the inclusion of women in the digital economy (G7, 2017)
With an average annual return of 12%, engineering and computer science graduates see the biggest return on investment (World Economic Forum, 2016)
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